Window opening

Window opening

Any open space in a wall where a window is to be placed.
References in classic literature ?
The cell, as we have already said, had only one window opening upon the rear of the church.
In the window opening he set small branches about an inch in diameter both vertically and horizontally, and so woven that they formed a substantial grating that could withstand the strength of a powerful animal.
Marie lay reclined on a sofa, opposite the window opening on the verandah, closely secluded, under an awning of transparent gauze, from the outrages of the mosquitos, and languidly holding in her hand an elegantly bound prayer-book.
Through these frowning walls and dark window openings it was not likely that my voice could penetrate.
With the funding application window opening next Wednesday, February 14, and closing on February 28, Mr Gray wants to ensure organisations don't miss out on a potential windfall of between PS500 and PS20,000.
But with the transfer window opening on December 1, chief McGuinness insists clubs and players need to know what they are planning for by then.
TOWN are assessing their options ahead of the Football League loan window opening next week.
PC Colin Hunter, 46, said he was standing at the "rear gable end" of the garden with another officer and a drugs sniffer dog when he noticed a window opening.
Choose compact, bushy plants that won't block your view or stop the window opening.
We have got to concentrate on the game coming up and we have loads of games coming up before that the transfer window opening, so I wouldn't make any comment on it.
The new Tyvek[R] FlexWrap[TM] flashing tape is the only product-installation combination that provides a seamless layer of protection for the bottom corners of the window opening.
A male section on the female forming tool provided a formed-in window opening with 1[degrees] draft and square corners (machined corners would have required a radius).