batement light

noun bate·ment light \ˈbāt-mənt-\

Definition of batement light

  1. :  a window or one division of a window having vertical sides but with the sill curved or inclined (as where it follows the rake of a staircase)

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Origin and Etymology of batement light

short for abatement; from the reduced line of the window


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