He was sitting with her in an embrasure, his senses tingling with the contact of the waltz.
They were adobe bricks, and the embrasure enabled him to tell their thickness.
The five fishermen rose, and retired into the embrasure of a window.
From the embrasure of his prison Carlos looked upon the terrible spectacle.
I raised myself on tiptoe, stretching my neck as far as I could into the embrasure.
He found her a moment alone and near the embrasure of a window.
Together they stood in the shadows of the embrasure, half seeing each other.
Gregory and his daughter were talking together in the embrasure of a window.
The King certainly had one evening withdrawn with his confessor into the embrasure of a window.
But the finest thing was a statue of St. Peter in the embrasure of the window.
embrasure em·bra·sure (ěm-brā'zhər)
The sloped valley between two teeth.