transom window


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Noun1.Transom window - a window above a door that is usually hinged to a horizontal crosspiece over the doortransom window - a window above a door that is usually hinged to a horizontal crosspiece over the door
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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A central staircase with original parquet floor and staircase is lit by a large transom window and French doors.
One might have thought of a transom window over a doorway, or perhaps a predella incongruously placed above rather than below the main panel of an altarpiece.
Rightly or wrongly I would open the transom window and throw a few nuts to the squirrel and this then became a regular event.
Transom window is fixed either abovean exterior door or an interior door and rotates on hinges, providing ventilation before forced air heating and cooling.
And apparently, in the days before litter boxes, a transom window near ground level in the guardroom was left ajar so that the cat could come and go from Philosopher's Walk.
Intended to be mounted above eye level, Aera is suggestive of the sky as viewed through a transom window, clerestory or glass block.
Paul Michael Griffiths got into the ground-floor flat on Gough Close, Middlesbrough, by smashing a transom window.
A burglar stole a laptop and mobile phone after getting in to a house through an unlocked large Transom window. Electrical goods were stolen from a student house after a burglar forced open the front door.
Mark Klose: "Behind you on the back wall was the window, like a transom window that leaned in.
Vasistas, which is French for "transom window," harks back to that earlier period, even while acknowledging its passing.
The only clue was an open transom window in the steam ship's stern saloon.