It is thirty-one by thirteen feet and is lighted by one oval window.
The bright street below the oval window was empty and quiet.
Through the oval window glared an expression of malignity that made no impression whatever on his preoccupied mind.
He surveyed the city from the oval window, frowning in thought.
The oval window and door of the chart-room were blue-yellow from the tube-lights inside.
There was a high, oval window at the back over the balcony, and the sun poured through.
He looked quickly up and saw that an oval window had opened in the structure near its tip.
She stepped to the oval window, touched a latch, and swung the pane horizontally upon two pivots.
The plate of the stirrup is fixed by a membrane into the oval window of the inner wall of the tympanic chamber.
At length, as he passed the large, oval window, he caught a glimpse of his wife walking in the conservatory.
oval window n.
An oval opening located on the medial wall of the tympanic cavity, leading into the vestibule, to which the base of the stapes is connected and through which the ossicles of the ear transmit the sound vibrations to the cochlea. Also called fenestra of vestibule.