casement definition

  • noun:
    • A window sash that opens outward by way of hinges.
    • A window with such sashes.
    • an instance or addressing.
    • a window sash that's hinged privately and opens outward
    • a window having such sashes; a casement window (Wikipedia)
    • a casemate
    • A window sash opening on hinges affixed toward upright side of the frame into which its fitted. (Poetically) A window.
    • In structure: A-frame for cup, as creating a window or part of a window, and made to open up by swinging on hinges which are generally affixed to a vertical side of the orifice into which it's fitted.
    • A compartment involving the mullions of a window
    • a-deep hollow molding utilized chiefly in cornices, and like the scotia of classical or cavetto of Italian architecture. Oxford Glossary. Often, erroneously, casemate.
    • a window sash this is certainly hinged (usually on a single side)

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