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[sing-guh l-huhng] /ˈsɪŋ gəlˈhʌŋ/
(of a window) having two sashes, only one of which is movable.
Origin of single-hung
1815-25 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Only the bottom sash slides upward in a single-hung window.
  • The new windows would be aluminum frame, single-hung one over one light to match the originals.
  • Only the bottom sash slides up and down in a single-hung window.
  • The windows on the garage will be single-hung and operable.
  • The original four-over-four single-hung sash windows also remain on the facade.
  • The use of single-hung windows as replacements may alter this relationship with varying effects on the appearance of a window.
  • The windows are single-hung sash windows with nine-over-nine lights on the first floor and six-over-nine on the second.

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