Definition of windowsill
: the horizontal member at the bottom of a window opening
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Dr. Harden nodded and made as though to speak but Thalia knocked her little fist on the windowsill and continued.
Sitting on the windowsill behind Paul Simon’s desk in his Midtown office was an instrument shaped like a teardrop: a gopichand from India, with one string down the middle and two flexible bamboo sides.
It was made of toilet paper and spit—hundreds of small squares, molded into many different shapes, covering the floor, shelves, and windowsills in an out-of-the-way storage space.
One young mantenderly helped a young woman onto the windowsill.
Every morning begins like this, dew on the windowsill and the bedpost, everywhere.
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Definition of windowsill for English Language Learners
: a narrow shelf that is attached to the bottom of a window
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