a type of window with small panes set in diagonally crossing metal strips
Older homes with casement windows or those with bowers will commonly bear a crisscrossed lattice window design.
Wide she opened her lattice window and, leaning out, she hearkened to the song of the gay goshawk.
Sometimes I see him clothed in mail, riding beneath my lattice window.
Then the lady, left alone, closed her lattice window and went up to her own room followed by her maidens.
Once more the moonbeams peeped in at her lattice window, and Janet smiled, put on her fairest gown, and combed her yellow locks.
She opened the lattice window as she spoke, put out her beautiful neck as far as possible, and looked up eagerly to the clouds.
Barbara pushed open the lattice window as wide as it would go, and leaned out breathlessly.
The lattice window of his room had blown open, and the curtains of his little bed were swinging about in the wind.
His room was on the ground floor, and had a lattice window which opened like a door into the back premises.
I go but to my lattice window to listen to the birds, for hark!
I came to, to find myself lying in bed, in a little room lit by a lattice window, through which was a view of rolling purple moor.