Examples of stained glass in a Sentence
a cathedral with beautiful stained glass windows
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In Craft Square, visitors can watch demonstrations of quilting, blacksmithing, stained glass making and other crafts.
Walking into Raised by Wolves’ boutique bottle shop, flanked by stained glass windows and vintage street lanterns, is a departure from the surrounding high-end retail center’s modern exteriors, which recently underwent a $600 million renovation.
The original front oak door has iron work framing a stained glass window that depicts a spider web.
The bar is situated inside a 1914 New Orleans Church, still with its original stained glass windows and a ceiling built from the bottom of a ship — a common practice during the period.
Apart from installing a new sound system, the new tenants took care to emphasize the art nouveau details of the original space — from the elaborate lighting fixtures to the profiles of Golden West club members in stained glass windows.
The three-story mansion has 12½ baths, a library, a sunroom, nine fireplaces, original stained glass, original millwork, new windows, a new roof, new plumbing, an elevator, a kitchen with Miele and Wolf appliances, and a full finished basement.
As the congregation gathered for service Sunday morning in an auditorium at Milwaukee Area Technical College, no sun streamed in from stained glass windows.
Those that had always appeared to me as depictions in stained glass were still lit by the same glow from their further sides.
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STAINED GLASS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stained glass for English Language Learners
: colored glass that is used to make pictures and patterns in windows
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