windowpane

[ US /ˈwɪndoʊˌpeɪn/ ]
[ UK /wˈɪndə‍ʊpˌe‍ɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. very thin translucent flounder of the Atlantic coast of North America
  2. a pane of glass in a window
    the ball shattered the window
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How To Use windowpane In A Sentence

  • I put my head on the cool glass of my windowpane and exhale a long breath that I've been holding for a while now.
  • shattering rain striking the windowpanes
  • Outside, rain was pattering against the windowpanes.
  • Soon he heard the door of the cab closed and the voice of the coachman, followed by the rumbling of the lumbersome vehicle as it shook the windowpanes.
  • The new quarters are a former warehouse for the storage of windowpanes, a curious holdover from a time when the fear of a Communist blockade led to massive hoarding.
  • leaded windowpanes
  • It didn't take long before the light drew the bugs, a half-dozen butting against the ceiling and lamps and more bouncing off windowpanes.
  • Outside, rain was pattering against the windowpanes.
  • The final reason for Orwell's popularity is his 'windowpane' writing. Orwell Now
  • Then all is blank; and afterward the rains beat against the grimy windowpanes, or the snows fall upon my scant attire, the wheels rattle in the squalid streets where my life lies in poverty and mean employment.
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