Its right what Matthew says about them others, Raikes observed from the window-seat; things has got very tight lately.
She sat down in the passage on a window-seat, and laughed hysterically.
Justine had sunk into the window-seat, her thin hands clasping her knee, in the attitude habitual to her meditative moments.
The Lady Mary was with her, and sat in a window-seat reading in a book.
No one has sat before its hearth, or nestled in its window-seat, or opened its door to let in love or give out charity.
One of her habits was to get on the window-seat outside and demand to be let in.
"I'm glad you had that experience," said King in a low voice, as I went back to the window-seat.
"Not if we can find a cushion for the window-seat," said Tom.
The furniture in the room is a large old-fashioned table, a high-back chair, and on the window-seat is a pot of pretty flowers.
Then he got upon the window-seat, and passed the fishing rod out.