Definitions

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  • adj. Without a pane.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Without panes.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having no panes, as a window.

Etymologies

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pane +‎ -less

Examples

  • I focused on the house-on its paneless windows, weathered boards and dilapidated porch sinking into a sea of overgrown grass and weeds-and nausea overcame me as an overwhelming moldy odor permeated the air.

    Terrific Tuesday with Victoria Roder:)

  • On the second story, a pair of tall, paneless windows seemed to stare down at her.

    Unforgivable

  • The faade is a shell perforated with paneless windows; the roof, the battlements, the chimneys have all crashed in.

    Bedlam

  • When he opened the door to his flat and carried his suitcase into the bedroom, he found the skylight shattered, glass across the floor, and the smell of night rain, which had fallen through the paneless window, onto his hardwood bedroom floor.

    The Art Thief

  • The imposing ƒaçade was merely a shell-like wall, perforated with vacant, paneless windows.

    Nevermore

  • The sun shone through a paneless window illuminating the old newsprint used to paper the walls.

    RL’s Dream

  • He yanked aside the plyotowel that served as a curtain, went climbing through the paneless window.

    Tek Lab

  • Then the cat found a paneless window by which she had entered and disappeared into the night.

    The Camp Fire Girls at School Or, The Wohelo Weavers

  • Over where she sat, jutted out the “brace” well lined with bacon; to the right hung a well-scoured salt-box, and to the left was the jamb, with its little paneless window to admit the light.

    The Lianhan Shee

  • We played practical jokes in the houses of the canons, and threw stones at the bishop's palace, many of the windows of which were already paneless and forlorn.

    Youth and Egolatry

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