Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The frame in which the sash of a window is suspended, or to which it is hinged. When the sash is suspended the frame is made hollow to contain the balancing weights, and is said to be cased.
- n. The frame in which a saw is strained.
“She stood up in the window-opening, facing the men, the candles behind her, Gabriel on her right hand, immediately outside the sash-frame.”
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