"Dormer, for instance," said Bobby; "I think he comes under the head of fool-men.
Dormer isn't a fool yet, but he's a dashed dirty soldier, and his room corporal makes fun of his socks before kit-inspection.
Two broad dormer
windows looked out toward the Gulf, and as far across it as a man's eye might reach.
There were two windows in it; the dormer
one looked out on the lower harbor and the sand-bar and the Four Winds light.
There were no drapery curtains at the dormer
windows, no pictures on the wall.
It begins at the water's edge, with a fringe of hotels, and scrambles up and spreads itself over two or three sharp hills in a crowded, disorderly, but picturesque way, offering to the eye a heaped-up confusion of red roofs, quaint gables, dormer
windows, toothpick steeples, with here and there a bit of ancient embattled wall bending itself over the ridges, worm-fashion, and here and there an old square tower of heavy masonry.
The garret, built to be a depository for firewood and the like, was dim and dark: for, the window of dormer
shape, was in truth a door in the roof, with a little crane over it for the hoisting up of stores from the street: unglazed, and closing up the middle in two pieces, like any other door of French construction.
Thousands of good, calm, bourgeois faces thronged the windows, the doors, the dormer
windows, the roofs, gazing at the palace, gazing at the populace, and asking nothing more; for many Parisians content themselves with the spectacle of the spectators, and a wall behind which something is going on becomes at once, for us, a very curious thing indeed.
The doctor's house, on the side facing the garden, consists of a ground floor and a single story, with a row of five windows in each, dormer
windows also project from the tiled mansard-roof.
"No, Bunny, I regret to say I came in through the dormer
Then there was the little business of the Dormer
house-boat at Henley last year.
Part of her body and life it ever seemed to be; the slope of its dormers
, the finish of its gables, the broken courses of brick which topped the chimney, all had something in common with her personal character.