from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The hollow upright or box of a window-frame prepared for the weights of a counterpoised window-sash.


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  • He brought a great many down, and first filled his sash-pocket with them; then he distributed them among the children of the third-class passengers who left the train and flocked about him.

    Familiar Spanish Travels


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