She used to wear that beautiful dress with a sash with all of the crosses of Monaco.
I also catch a peek at an attractive blond woman wearing a light gold dress, a tiara and a sash that reads "Miss Golden Berries."
I began by wrapping the sash around my neck to try and create the halter-top.
Nearly half of the sash was broken in and the glass flew over the house.
With a crown and a sash for twenty-four hours—twice round the clock!
The roof is on the fixed principle that is composed of sash bars extending from plate to ridge, in which the glass is set.
About his waist went a sash of scarlet, such as is worn by the Northwest métis.
Tippoo stepped away from the door and tucked the revolver back into his sash.
And then he looked at the sash and the cockade, and hesitated, apparently at a loss.
Quick as thought, she made one step to the window, pushed the ladder outwards with all her force, and shut down the sash.
strip of cloth, 1590s, originally in reference to Oriental dress, "strip of cloth twisted into a turban," from Arabic shash "muslin cloth." Meaning "strip of cloth worn about the waist or over the shoulder" first recorded 1680s.
framed part of a window, 1680s, sashes, mangled Englishing of French châssis "frame" of a window or door (see chassis). French word taken as a plural and -s trimmed off by 1704. Sash-weight attested from 1737.