windowed

adjective
win·​dowed | \ ˈwin-(ˌ)dōd How to pronounce windowed (audio) , -dəd \

Definition of windowed

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

Examples of windowed in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In Jackson Heights: a two-bedroom, one-bath apartment with a renovated bathroom and a windowed kitchen on the first floor of a prewar, walk-up building, with laundry in the basement. Stefanos Chen, New York Times, "Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan," 21 May 2020 The dining space flows into a windowed kitchen with marble counters, room for a breakfast table and an adjacent pantry space. New York Times, "What You Get for $1.6 Million in California," 4 May 2020 This 1,475-square-foot postwar co-op has parquet floors, a windowed kitchen with a breakfast bar, a master suite with a balcony and a den in a doorman building with a gym. New York Times, "Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million," 29 Mar. 2020 The windowed kitchen was redone with quilted-stainless-steel wall surfaces, a cedar pantry lined with storage and top-grade appliances, including a Viking range. Julie Lasky, New York Times, "$300,000 Homes in Florida, Maine and Virginia," 11 Mar. 2020 Religious architecture evolved to banish dark spaces, like the towering, many-windowed mosques of Mimar Sinan and the Abbey of St Denis, which pioneered the taller windows of the Gothic style. A.c., The Economist, "A meditation on darkness," 2 Oct. 2019 The stadium has an elevator and a windowed press box. Jason Gay, WSJ, "An East Coast Schlub at Friday Night Lights," 8 Nov. 2018 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

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First Known Use of windowed

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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“Windowed.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/windowed. Accessed 24 Sep. 2020.

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