But Borghild sat alone in her gable window and looked longingly toward the ocean.
Peggy stood at the gable window and looked out at the seething night.
She leaned out of a gable window, courting the moist chill of the starless night.
As near as possible to the gable window stood a monster structure the nature of which the beholders did not instantly recognize.
Abby Williams looked out from the gable window of her little chamber, and saw the action.
They helped Milton out of bed next Thursday, and he sat in silence at a gable window that commanded the bare fields.
He also knew how to lift, with his knife, the iron hook which fastened—but did not secure—the gable window on the inside.
Now look up there, in the gable window—a single candle burns, a poor, wretched light.
I must see if either of the two old faces still occupied that gable window.
Up at the gable window Ellen stood and waved, holding Boy Comfort by the hand.