sash cord

noun
a cord for connecting a vertically sliding window sash with a counterweight.
Also called sash line.


Origin:
1770–80

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sash cord
 
n
a strong cord connecting a sash weight to a sliding sash

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Example sentences
The photo on the right shows the knotted end of the sash cord being fitted into the existing slot in the window's bottom sash.
Another example would be the repairing of a sash cord during a window inspection.
Existing sash cord pulleys were removed, cleaned and lubricated, and reinstalled with new sash cord in each window opening.
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