display window

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Noun1.display window - a window of a store facing onto the streetdisplay window - a window of a store facing onto the street; used to display merchandise for sale in the store
shopfront, storefront - the front side of a store facing the street; usually contains display windows
window - a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air
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I mean, sir," said I, "that I shall wait here until you retire," and with that I put my back to a shop-window.
But Now, though the shop-window was still closely curtained from the public gaze, a remarkable change had taken place in its interior.
When at last she swung round again with an air of resolution she was bewildered to observe that the young man was carefully laying out on the table various objects from the shop-window.
Then they had passed a church and a vicarage and a little shop-window or so in a cottage with toys and sweets and odd things set our for sale.
From these, in a narrow and a dirty street devoted to such callings, Mr Wegg selects one dark shop-window with a tallow candle dimly burning in it, surrounded by a muddle of objects vaguely resembling pieces of leather and dry stick, but among which nothing is resolvable into anything distinct, save the candle itself in its old tin candlestick, and two preserved frogs fighting a small- sword duel.
I believe I brought three--seeing them in a shop-window as I passed through town.