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window sash

noun

  1. the frame holding the pane of a window.


window sash

noun

  1. a glazed window frame, esp one that opens


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Word History and Origins

Origin of window sash1

First recorded in 1755–65
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Example Sentences

Then another sound broke upon my ears like the raising of a window sash.

A shaving mirror is usually placed on a window sash to avoid shadows as much as possible.

Clemens one day got up in a chair in his room on the second floor to pull down the high window-sash.

The drying machinery is 'arranged after the plan of a window-sash, with weights and pulleys, so as to rise and fall at pleasure.

As he started toward his window to close the shutters, his eye caught sight of an object hanging from the window sash.

Why, he'd have slammed you through the window and utterly ruined a hundred dollars' worth of window-sash and stuff.'

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