Origin of gable window
Related formsga·ble-win·dowed, adjective
Examples from the Web for gable window
From a gable-window in the attic a very fair view could be had of the little house below.The Secret Wireless|Lewis E. Theiss
The chamber had a low and sloping ceiling, and a gable-window in the roof, which was defended by strong bars.Fern's Hollow|Hesba Stretton
In groping for a chair, August drew aside the curtain of the gable-window, hoping to get some light.The End Of The World|Edward Eggleston
He walked to the old chest under the gable-window, seated himself on it, and set me down beside him.
I sat on the great chest under the gable-window, and was away from him the whole length of the room.