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ajar1 partly opened, as a hinged door, window, or lid.
architrave the decorative band or molding lining a door or window. [1/2 definitions]
awning a protective structure, often made of canvas, erected over a door or window.
barred protected with bars, as a window. [1/3 definitions]
blind (sometimes pl.) a device in a window to screen out light or give privacy within. [1/12 definitions]
bow window a bay window built in a curve outward from a building.
café curtains short unpleated curtains, esp. for covering the lower half of a window.
came2 a thin, grooved strip of lead used to secure a piece of glass, as in a stained glass window.
case2 the frame around a door or window; casing. [1/5 definitions]
casement a hinged window sash that opens like a door. [2/3 definitions]
casing a framework for a window or door. [1/4 definitions]
crown glass an old form of circular window glass made by blowing a globe and whirling it into a flat disk. [1/2 definitions]
curtain a piece of cloth hung in a window, archway, or other opening for decoration, to shut out light or to conceal something. [1/7 definitions]
deadlight a strong shutter or cover fastened over the interior of a ship's porthole or cabin window in stormy weather. [2/3 definitions]
defenestration the act of throwing someone or something out of a window.
display a careful arrangement of items for viewing, esp. items for sale, as in a shop window. [1/8 definitions]
dormer a window set vertically into a projecting structure on a sloping roof; dormer window. [2 definitions]
embrasure an opening for a door or window splayed toward the interior. [1/2 definitions]
fanlight a window that is ribbed and shaped like an open fan, usu. above a door.
French window a window, usu. one of a pair, that resembles a French door, having small panes of glass and usu. extending to the floor. [2 definitions]
gable any similar feature used as ornamentation, as above a window or door. [1/2 definitions]