The usual position of the bay-window is at one end of this dais, and occasionally but rarely at both ends.
I found her propped up on the couch in her bay-window, with her foot in a big slipper.
It used to be painted white; it was drab now, and there was a bay-window in the sitting-room.
The voice of General Pendyce rose in the bay-window: "Check!"
Right as they stood thus talking at a bay-window of that castle, they saw many knights riding to and fro toward the tournament.
She spoke softly, and turned her face to the other side of the bay-window.
But Gladys added: "You can not be a romantic figure on a lecture platform if you've got a bay-window!"
I talked my last talk with poor Frederick in the bay-window.
She had reached the bay-window and pressed her little nose tight against the window-pane.
He motioned the doctor back into the recess of the bay-window.
A protuberant stomach; paunch; potbelly: He's lean and mean, no bay window and no patience (1870s+)