noun, plural fe·nes·trae [fi-nes-tree] /fɪˈnɛs tri/.
- fender bender,
- fender pile,
- fenestra of cochlea,
- fenestra of vestibule,
- fenestrated capillary,
- fenestrated membrane
Origin of fenestra
Examples from the Web for fenestra
Corrupt: I suppose the meaning to be that the king saw the woman out of his window: camera or fenestra is wanted.Henry the Sixth|John Blacman
There are in mammals four auditory ossicles forming a chain extending from the fenestra ovalis to the tympanic membrane.The Vertebrate Skeleton|Sidney H. Reynolds
The fenestra postotica on skulls of ferox and especially muticus is not normally restricted by an opisthotic-exoccipital spur.
Penny felt deeply disturbed, wondering if Anchor Joe made a practice of watching the Fenestra home.
Then Fenestra must have done something which made the others angry.