jalousie[ jal-uh-see or, esp. British, zhal-oo-zee ]SEE DEFINITION OF jalousie
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Is our heroine a captive behind a Spanish jalousie, or in an Italian convent?'
She obeyed him, setting the window and the jalousie ajar after her as she had found them.
At all other windows we had only jalousie blinds, with heavy wooden shutters outside to be closed when a hurricane was feared.
Not even your slippers, to protect you from the scorpions and centipedes,” replied the lady, shutting the “jalousie.
Hearing the noise, the fellow opened the jalousie, and came out into the verandah above.
Charleston sits and smiles behind its jalousie blinds—a conservative relic of Huguenot days.
Ah, ma pauvre p'tite amie, for why you have a jalousie of my patrie?
The bough was stuck between two of the bars of the jalousie, and the girl withdrew to the end of the balcony.
Euphrosyne cast a smile down to the nun, and placed herself against the jalousie, holding the branch upon her head.