Definition of bow window in English:

bow window

Syllabification: bow win·dow
Pronunciation: /ˈbō ˌwindō
 
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noun

  • A curved bay window.
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    • The room is well lit by two picture windows and a bow window, and also includes a stone fireplace with matching hearth and wooden mantle.
    • The 104 square metres of accommodation includes an entrance hall and a reception room with a bow window, ceiling coving and an attractive fireplace with tiled inset.
    • The plans for All Saints Lutheran Church, Phoenix, include a large bow window on one side of the worship space affording a dramatic view of mountains in the distance.

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