Recent Examples of picture window from the Web
Views of the city are served up from picture windows that line the space.
Rounding out the property is a one-bedroom guest cottage with vaulted tongue-and-groove ceilings, large picture windows, and a tiny kitchen.
According to Detroit police, a 3-man crew pulled up in a tan Tahoe SUV and drove through the front picture window and door.
Two frisky felines, Frank and Maria, pawed at each through the planks of one of two bridges that spanned a picture window.
The second floor includes a game room with hardwoods, plantation shutters and picture windows overlooking the back yard and access to a half bath.
Shaw and others were enjoying breakfast at Zephyr Lodge, a classic piece of mountain architecture with high ceilings and picture windows overlooking the Sierra Nevada.
The field station is outfitted in patinated wood, with large picture windows (two of which are cracked) and a tin roof.
His tree facing the street through a large picture window looks like its own universe of lights, with a depth and radiance that seem to illuminate the street.
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First Known Use of picture window
PICTURE WINDOW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of picture window for English Language Learners
: a large window that is made from a single piece of glass
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