False window


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(Arch.) See False door, above.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
I am going to push aside a portion of the flooring; you will look through the opening, which answers to one of the false windows made in the dome of the king's apartment.
I would look into creating a "false window" in the backsplash, such as a long, dramatic, horizontal "window" created by glass and some warm LED lighting.
false window, we see the Passover lamb, prepared for slaughter.
If the user starts the banking application or Google Play, Marcher displays a false window requesting credit card details which then go to fraudsters.
False window blinds with different patterns are seen on a number of other 12th-century Khmer temples.
The colors are the familiar peach and beige, the decorative elements seem pasted-on, and a strange kind of false window is used to achieve a relentless symmetry.
A "false window" with an image of the product is centered on the package, and the logo is now more prominent with widened letters.
Now Antony and Natalie have their own wardrobes, desks, bookcases and bedside cabinets, with a false window in the middle to let all the light through to the back area.
Now Antony and Natalie have their own wardrobes, desks, bookcases, and bedside cabinets, with a false window in the middle to let all the light through to the back area.
He custom-made stained glass lamps for the house and provided the glass for a false window in the family bathroom.
At the McDonald's on Canal Street, Facella said, false window facades and rehabilitated brick enhance the turn of the century architecture of surrounding buildings, while the interior design reflects the considerable Asian community living and working in the neighborhood.