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leaded light

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Definition of leaded light in English:

noun

A window consisting of a lattice of small panes held within strips of lead.
Example sentences
  • He was celebrating the evening mass at about seven o'clock when all the leaded lights in the windows started popping and stones started coming through.
  • The buildings display architectural detail both externally and internally with ornate cornices, traditional sash and case windows, leaded lights, timber panelling and original fireplaces.
  • Some of the front windows have well-scrubbed leaded lights, while others are covered by faded sheets of old newspaper.

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