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Venetian window

Syllabification: Ve·ne·tian win·dow

Definition of Venetian window in English:

noun

A large window consisting of a central arched section flanked by two narrow rectangular sections.
Example sentences
  • A Venetian window on the east side of the quadrangle which had been previously filled in, has been restored with new columns.
  • Next time you see a Venetian window, a triangular pediment, a coved gallery ceiling, or a Georgian terrace with lined stucco, remember who started it all.
  • It faces the front and is lit by a large original Venetian window with leaded diamond panes topped by a plaster archway.

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