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awning a cover made of canvas or other material that is placed over a door or window. An awning keeps out sun and rain.
blind a window shade made of cloth or metal strips. [1/7 definitions]
curtain a piece of cloth hung in a window or other opening to shut out light or to cover something. [1/4 definitions]
hinge a device on a door, window, or lid made of two pieces connected so that one piece can open, close, or swing upon the other. [1/3 definitions]
holland linen or cotton cloth, often glazed, used to make window shades, upholstery, and clothing.
lock1 a mechanical device for keeping others from opening a door, window, or a safe. Locks are usually opened with a key or a combination. [1/5 definitions]
molding a strip of wood, stone, or other material used to frame or finish a door, window or wall. Moldings are often used for decoration in a home. [1/2 definitions]
pane a sheet of glass in a window or door.
porthole a small opening or window in the side of a ship or airplane.
shade an object or device on a lamp or window that blocks light or heat rays. [1/10 definitions]
shutter a wooden or metal cover that closes over the outside or inside of a window. [1/2 definitions]
sill a horizontal strip or block serving as the bottom of a window or door frame.
skylight a window in a roof or ceiling. Skylights let in light.
slat a long, narrow strip of wood or metal. Slats can be used to make flat surfaces, such as mattress supports, window covers, and bench or chair backs.
transom a small window above a door. A transom is often attached with a hinge so that it can be opened and shut.
Venetian blind a window blind made of thin slats connected by a cord. The slats can be tilted to control the amount of air or light let through. A cord is also used to raise and lower the blind.
woodwork door and window frames and other wooden parts inside a house, or other objects or parts made of wood.