casement casement


  • (n) a window sash that is hinged (usually on one side)


  1. The rooms are large with high ceilings and casement windows that look out upon Xuan Huoung Lake.
  2. Through tall casement windows Saxon sunbeams glint upon carved oak.
  3. Through the casement windows one looks out on the Place de L'Etoile; and a portion of the Arc de Triomphe is visible.



  1. Magilton told the club's official website: "It normally takes something pretty drastic to keep Jason out but if that is the case then we have Alex Bruce and Chris Casement who can both come in and do a good job for us."
    on Oct 17, 2007 By: Jim Magilton Source:

  2. "Casement was one of the first to see and document the cruelties of this colonisation: he was ahead of his time. The novel is inspired by historical facts," explained Vargas Llosa, who splits his time between Peru and Spain.
    on Oct 17, 2009 By: Mario Vargas Llosa Source: AFP

  3. "Casement was born into a pro-British Protestant family in Ulster and as a boy was fascinated by the great British explorers, and with the idea of empire," says Vargas Llosa. "He went to Africa as a 19-year-old but it was his experiences in...
    on Oct 3, 2008 By: Alvaro Vargas Llosa Source:

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subordinate subordinate
/sə ˈbɔr də ˌneɪt /