Word Origin for oriel window
Examples from the Web for oriel window
Close to the oriel-window of the church is one tomb over which one might meditate half an autumnal day.
The burning disk of the sun hung in clouds of pearl like an oriel-window in a magnificent temple.The Log School-House on the Columbia|Hezekiah Butterworth
It was filled also by the rose-red light of the sunset streaming in through the curve of the oriel-window.
Richard drew himself up on to the wide, cushioned bench below the oriel-window.
Wollaston made an almost imperceptible pause in his discourse, then he continued, fixing his eyes upon the oriel-window opposite.By the Light of the Soul|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman