Who were those men, with whom you saw me in the bow-window at Bays's?
The dining-room was on the side opposite the living-room, and had also a bow-window.
She is up and seizes plans and paper, and before six o'clock has enlarged the parlor very cleverly, by throwing out a bow-window.
Somerset jumped up, drew aside the curtains, and stepped into the bow-window.
Night by night, in that back room with the bow-window, he had collected his records and studied them beneath the lamp.
The dear, foolish little porch was there, the bow-window, the laurel-bushes.
However this may be, Maria sat at the bow-window, pouring out tea for her father in a very abstracted mood.
I met her at the door, took her hand in mine, and drew her into the bow-window.
Gwynne walked about the large old-fashioned room with its bow-window, and alcove for the bed.
They followed till he stopped opposite to the bow-window of the new inn.