There was scarce a face to be seen in the bow windows of the clubs.
It is described as occupying an area of 2,600 square feet, and being lit with six bow windows.
Then all of them looked through the bow windows, and what they saw told the story in an instant.
I sprang down the steps and went to one of the bow windows nearest the door.
The water rose above their bow windows, but suddenly and inexplicably it began to subside again.
The façade of the house shows, upon its soft, gray stone, the typical cupid's bow windows of the fifteenth century.
A large number of the oriel and bow windows on the faades are wooden also, and of recent date.
From the bow windows of the arching dome a flood of moonlight threw long, slanting shadows down the deck.
It's a new red brick, with bow windows and a slated roof, and there's a row o' nice tidy iron railings round the garden, too.