He strode swiftly up the village street and saw through the cottage window that the lamp was lighted on the table.
A faint glimmer of coming dawn lightened the cottage window.
He strode on until the light from the cottage window gleamed out upon the night, and his way led over the field.
Suddenly, a long distance in front of them, a light flashed out, as though a candle had been placed in a cottage window.
There was no friendly light from any cottage window to guide her, no sheep-bell or halloo of herd-boy.
Catty Clowrie looked out of the cottage window, and laughed a voiceless laugh, to see the captain's blank consternation.
There was a glow of firelight through his cottage window, but no candle.
It was very dark outside, as Mark groped his way along; but a muffled light showed him where the cottage window was.
A few years ago a man was summoned at Bradford on a charge of wilful damage by breaking a pane of glass in a cottage window.
Can just see feeble light in cottage window, apparently miles off.