Main definitions of sashed in US English:

: sashed1sashed2

sashed1

adjective

  • See sash

    • ‘In his first draft of the play, Barrie had no Hook at all: Peter himself was the villain, a ‘demon boy ‘swooping in the sashed windows.’
    • ‘Village and bay views can be seen from the front facing sashed window which will feature a Roman blind.’
    • ‘In fact the need for that quaint stone edged sashed window to open, to have real glass or to lend a view is irrelevant.’
    • ‘Up and down the leafy avenues and Georgian squares of Dublin South East, the prosperity of the last five years drips from the sashed windows and four-wheel drives.’
    • ‘The cement-faced ground storey contains the doorway and a sashed window of normal proportions, above which is a wide sashed window of three lights.’

Main definitions of sashed in US English:

: sashed1sashed2

sashed2

adjective

  • See sash

    • ‘Up and down the leafy avenues and Georgian squares of Dublin South East, the prosperity of the last five years drips from the sashed windows and 02 D four-wheel drives.’
    • ‘The interior is a delight, a beamed, strawed, trestle-tabled, dimly lit farmhouse attended to by waiters in sashed smocks.’
    • ‘In his first draft of the play, Barrie had no Hook at all: Peter himself was the villain, a "demon boy" swooping in the sashed windows.’
    • ‘Not mentioned were the brand-name flags, the banners, the T-shirts, or even the tiny balaclava-wearing sashed doll, sitting atop one unionist bandsman's bass drum.’
    • ‘The W, S and E ranges had a third storey and battlements added in 1674, while the sashed windows existed from about 1718.’
    • ‘On one side, soft shades of terra-cotta, cream and black depict richly patterned, folded and sashed kimonos.’
    • ‘Dorothy tugged at her mother's sashed belt.’
    • ‘In fact the need for that quaint stone edged sashed window to open, to have real glass or to lend a view is irrelevant.’
    • ‘Starting down the drive again, yet this time Kenneth greets me at the door, his eyelids half lowered, his belly round and sashed.’

Pronunciation

sashed

/saSHt/