blind window

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blank window, blind window, false window

1. A recess in an external wall, having the external appearance of a window.
2. A window, which has been sealed off but is still visible.

false window, blind window

The representation of a window inserted to complete a series of windows or to give symmetry; a blank window.
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Still box calling, I peeked through the back of the blind window and there stood a full strut gobbler.
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