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Synonyms for window

aperture

Synonyms for window

a transparent opening in a vehicle that allow vision out of the sides or back

a transparent panel (as of an envelope) inserted in an otherwise opaque material

an opening that resembles a window in appearance or function

Related Words

the time period that is considered best for starting or finishing something

a pane of glass in a window

an opening in a wall or screen that admits light and air and through which customers can be served

(computer science) a rectangular part of a computer screen that contains a display different from the rest of the screen

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Sikes had him down, and his knee was on his throat, when Crackit pulled him back with a look of alarm, and pointed to the window. There were lights gleaming below, voices in loud and earnest conversation, the tramp of hurried footsteps--endless they seemed in number--crossing the nearest wooden bridge.
"No, I won't," said Pierre, pushing Anatole aside, and he went up to the window.
Remembering who smoked cigarettes and who smoked cigars, I inferred immediately that the Count had come out first to look and listen under my window, and that Sir Percival had afterwards joined him.
When we had finished eating we went softly upstairs to my study, and I looked again out of the open window. In one night the valley had become a valley of ashes.
Incautiously her head had risen to the middle of the window.
The one door leading out of it was open, as I had expected it would be, in order to let the air through the back window into the house.
She leaned forward and pressed her face against the window just as the carriage gave a big jolt.
'If you will kindly step round here behind me, in the gloom of the room, and will cast your eye at the second-floor landing window in yonder house, I think you will hardly fail to see a slinking individual in whom I recognise our local friend.'
As soon as he found he could not escape by the door of the pavilion his only way out was by the window in the vestibule, unless he could pass through a grated window.
Suddenly Pollyanna remembered that she had seen near this attic window a row of long white bags hanging from nails.
They went back to the front of the house, and tried in every way to move the bolt of the kitchen window. They tried to push up a rusty nail between the window sashes; but it was of no use, especially without a light.
They inhabited two garrets; and where the roof of the one house joined that of the other, and the gutter ran along the extreme end of it, there was to each house a small window: one needed only to step over the gutter to get from one window to the other.
"Bertha," said she, plucking at the shoulder of her sister, "I have left the front window open."
At a wooden table in front of the window, which normally looked out on this landscape, sat two men in plain clothes, but with something of a military bearing, for indeed they were the two chiefs of the detective service of that district.
Magdalen placed herself at the table in a position which still enabled her to command the view from the window. Nothing happened.