Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of sash.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Plus, windows with tilt-in sashes are much easier to clean than old-style windows.

    Do-It-Yourself: Insulating attic's ceilings and walls isn't always practical

  • Whether he'll last long enough to get all the way to Atma the Shining (LOVE those pointy turbans and red satin sashes on his black-bearded guardians!) or Atman the Almighty (he's big, he's blue, he's got four faces and just look at all those hands!) is uncertain after round one.

    Backing Into an Evidentiary Standard for ID

  • The tight trousers are worn very low – only just to the top of the pelvis – and the waistcoat exceedingly short, so that there is an interval of twelve or eighteen inches between the two which is tightly swathed in sashes and belts, sometimes three broad ones, one above the other, with spaces of shirt between.

    High Albania

  • Until those nasty judges insisted she snip the sashes, that is, because heaven forbid anybody be allowed to walk away from a show like this with their dignity in tact.

    Channel Surfing with C.T. | the TV addict

  • Like him, they were clothed in the loose black garments of their order, crisscrossed with sword sashes and weapons belts; and like him, they were sweaty, bruised, and exhausted from the afternoon's session with the swordmaster.

    The Silent Tower

  • Measure all the surfaces between the sashes and the frame -- the sashes are the movable pieces that hold the glass panes, and the frame is the box built into the wall that holds the sashes.

    Wired Top Stories

  • The sashes are a form of protest against the treatment of gays in the church.

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  • Mrs. Richie again about those "sashes," or what not.

    The Iron Woman

  • They consisted of fourteen red caps, as many "sashes," and fifty-two fathoms of cloth for the crew; ten

    Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo Volume 2

  • Police in helmets and shields and the Catholic scouts—earnest young men and women in khaki shorts and bright sashes tied around their necks, high school age—lock arms, forming lines surrounding the basilica.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

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