windowful

noun win·dow·ful

Definition of windowful

plural

windowfuls

also

windowsful

  1. :  as much or as many as a window will hold or allow to pass through or be visible let in a whole windowful of light — Commonweal a full train … piled with windowfuls of faces — Bruce Marshall

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Origin and Etymology of windowful

1window + -ful


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