windowsill

[win-doh-sil]
noun
the sill under a window.
Also, window sill.


Origin:
1695–1705; window + sill

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windowsill (ˈwɪndəʊˌsɪl)
 
n
a sill below a window

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Example sentences
From time to time a living torch would be seen crouched on a window sill and
  then leaping through the air.
As a rule, you think of the ego as one who is peering out of your own eyes as
  if leaning on a window sill, looking at the world.
Placing the plant on a window sill or in a hanging basket is not safe enough.
Openings generally have stone lintels, and stone string courses wrap the
  building at the window sill level.
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