Circular windows at this period came into vogue in the gables of churches.
The edges of the gables rose, not in a slope, but in a succession of notches, like stairs.
There were two pediments, or gables, of flat pitch, one at each end.
It was a foreign air which howled about the gables and chimneys.
The stone ran up to the eaves; but the two gables were of timber.
There were two rooms and a storage closet upstairs in the gables.
The yellow-washed one, with the gables and tiled roofs—there, back on the slope.
Over the hustings he introduced a glimpse of the old Ipswich gables.
But its gables and chimneys are not the only happy picture in Cheam.
The castles here, with the gingerbread work on the gables, are the guildhalls.