windowed

adjective
win·dowed | \ˈwin-(ˌ)dōd, -dəd\

Definition of windowed 

: having windows especially of a specified kind often used in combination

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Remodeling will include a windowed room with a counter where diners can watch the pasta being made. Carol Deptolla, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Juniper 61 in Tosa will stay open into August, before new restaurant comes in," 3 July 2018 Jim Bevins is sitting behind his cluttered desk in his windowed office at the sheriff’s north station. Bob Sylva, sacbee, "1988: The desperate search for the East Area Rapist costs millions of dollars and thousands of man-hours | The Sacramento Bee," 25 Apr. 2018 The atmosphere was compelling, a sleek modern design with the front space benefiting from windows that opened to the street, the bar area designed to corral an effervescent crowd, and the rear seating enjoying windowed views of the kitchen. Spencer Caldwell, courant.com, "Division West Bistro & Bar, West Hartford," 1 Mar. 2018 As the race was called for Jones, a stunned and rather giddy Marlow left the bar and walked over to the windowed events center near the state capitol where Republican Roy Moore was holding a party. Jenna Johnson, Washington Post, "Many Alabama voters want Jones to represent them — and to stand up to Trump," 13 Dec. 2017 There are also staff rooms off the windowed kitchen. Vivian Marino, New York Times, "Estée Lauder Chairman Buys $23.5 Million Co-op," 29 Sep. 2017 There, Dinucci will have a small, windowed storefront on the first floor, to the left of the hotel's main entrance. Dylan Mcguinness, courant.com, "A Flower Shop Returns To Its Hartford Roots With Opening At Goodwin Hotel," 31 July 2017 Between the two courts, Murray’s brother, Jamie, sat in the windowed office of the tournament’s director, Craig Tiley, serving as a family representative and consultant. Ben Rothenberg, New York Times, "Sign Up for the Sports Newsletter," 23 Jan. 2016 The group ate around a table in a sunny, windowed porch bursting with geraniums. Sarah Larson, The New Yorker, "James Ivory and the Making of a Historic Gay Love Story," 19 May 2017

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First Known Use of windowed

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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