Definition of windowed
: having windows especially of a specified kind —often used in combination
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The group ate around a table in a sunny, windowed porch bursting with geraniums.
The next floor, covering segregation, has stirring exhibits like a chapel that holds the windowed coffin that once held the body of Emmett Till, the 14-year-old who was murdered in Mississippi in 1955 for supposedly flirting with a white woman.
As an extension of the last question, with Apple moving into more devices which run largely windowless UIs (i.e. Apple TV, iPhone) is the windowed application a thing of the past?
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