gable window


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gable window

n
(Architecture) a window positioned in a gable or having a small gable over it
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The light could not have been good, though if I brought my books to the little gable window that overlooked the groaning and whistling gristmill I could see well enough.
Aylward rode for half a mile with his chin upon his shoulder, looking back at a white kerchief which fluttered out of the gable window of a high house which peeped over the corner of the battlements.
tHE family This room has a lovely gable window with views of the open countryside, and a further beEN Happy HERE bedroom also has an en-suite.
The consultants also said that the charity should not complain about loss of daylight as its large gable window would still see "reasonable" levels of light, and it would have more still if the former church had not in the past seen dormer windows and roof lights blocked up.
Cannock Chase Council called for him to board up a gable window and to re-render all exposed brickwork to match the original.
On the second-floor is an attic bedroom with gable window. Outside there is a cottage style garden with lawns.
This three bedroomed home has a large lounge/ diner with large double glazed gable window letting in a good amount of daylight.
An attractive frontage greets visitors to the Oldfield: attractive light-coloured brickwork, a canopied porch and a gable window on the upper floor.
The family like to relax in the sitting room, with its wood-burning stove, wide window seat and cherrywood flooring, while the formal lounge offers the warmth of a coal fire and stunning light flooding in from a gable window.
Features like exposed rafter tails, simple decorative brackets, corner boards, a cupola or a gable window are great ways to add charm without adding a lot of work.
And oblique projection through the gable window could east an image down onto the gable wall.