noun in·ter·fenestration \ˌintə(r)+\

Definition of interfenestration

  1. 1 :  width of pier between two windows

  2. 2 :  arrangement of windows with relation to the distance between them from axis to axis or from opening to opening

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Origin and Etymology of interfenestration

inter- + Latin fenestratus (past participle of fenestrare to provide with openings or windows) + English -ion — more at fenestrated

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a trip made at another's expense

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