Her husband looked out of the bow window, pointed down, and asked her to come and stand beside him.
It had a bow window on the south side, and three Luthern windows in the roof.
But Johnstone had turned away, and was staring out of the bow window.
Mr Morfe kept his modern choral music beneath a broad seat under the bow window.
On the right Marguerite's house, with a bow window facing the audience.
We have a neat little drawing-room with a bow window overlooking Dr. Gabell's garden.
Some of the inhabitants were armed with slings, and now and then an arrow was discharged from a bow window.
The lamp at the bow window next to mine showed me the pallid young man, smoking a fat, reeking cigar.
She crossed the drawing-room and took up her usual position behind the couch in the bow window.
She hurried over to the bow window, opened a sash, turned off the heat in the radiator and crawled into bed again.