lattice


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an arrangement of points or particles or objects in a regular periodic pattern in 2 or 3 dimensions

small opening (like a window in a door) through which business can be transacted

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framework consisting of an ornamental design made of strips of wood or metal

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The many lattices, with their small, diamond-shaped panes, admitted the sunlight into hall and chamber, while, nevertheless, the second story, projecting far over the base, and itself retiring beneath the third, threw a shadowy and thoughtful gloom into the lower rooms.
He got on to the bed, and wrenched open the lattice, bursting, as he pulled at it, into an uncontrollable passion of tears.
He closed the lattice again with a fluttering heart, closed the window and the curtain, hastened to Lucie, and told her that her father was assisted by the people, and gone in search of her husband.
That the weather being calm, he rowed round me several times, observed my windows and wire lattices that defended them.
Lefferts, who was known to shrink from discussion, raised his eye-brows with an ironic grimace that warned the other of the watching damsel behind the lattice.
Bucket sits concealed in one of the inconsolable carriages and at his ease surveys the crowd through the lattice blinds.
Through the deep lattice windows I had seen into the lighted hall.
Presently it tried the strength of the lattice with its great talons.
Then he dragged a rude lattice into place before the opening after he, himself, had left the chamber.
She rose with the rest, and silently withdrew to a remote corner of the great room, where she sat herself on a couch in a window, seeming to watch the reflection of the water as it made a silver quivering on the bars of the lattice.
It was a little lattice window, about five feet and a half above the ground, at the back of the house: which belonged to a scullery, or small brewing-place, at the end of the passage.
Pleasant, pleasant country,' sighed the enthusiastic gentleman, as he opened his lattice window.
As at last the sobs were getting quieter, and the grinding less fierce, a sudden beam of sunshine, falling through the wire lattice across the worm-eaten shelves, made her throw away the Fetish and run to the window.
When these were done, she took some needle-work from her basket, and sat herself down upon a stool beside the lattice, where the honeysuckle and woodbine entwined their tender stems, and stealing into the room filled it with their delicious breath.
You can lock the door upon them, but they burst open their shaky lattices and call out over the house-tops so that men cannot but hear.