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See definition of jalousie on Dictionary.com
  • as inwindow shade
  • as inVenetian blind
  • as inwindow
  • as incurtain

synonyms for jalousie

  • Venetian blind
  • blind
  • shade
  • shutter
  • bay
  • aperture
  • bow
  • bay window
  • fenestella
  • oriel
  • dormer
  • casement
  • fenestration
  • fanlight
  • fenestra
  • lunette
  • skylight
  • porthole
  • lancet
  • lucarne
  • lunette window
  • mullioned
  • picture window
  • rose window
  • decoration
  • drape
  • screen
  • shutter
  • shroud
  • shade
  • veil
  • blind
  • rag
  • shield
  • film
  • hanging
  • drapery
  • valance
  • oleo
  • portiere
  • roller
  • Venetian blind
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How to use jalousie in a sentence

The bough was stuck between two of the bars of the jalousie, and the girl withdrew to the end of the balcony.
THE HOUR AND THE MANHARRIET MARTINEAU
Euphrosyne cast a smile down to the nun, and placed herself against the jalousie, holding the branch upon her head.
THE HOUR AND THE MANHARRIET MARTINEAU
Then again fell silence, with once more the same result, that of a breaking jalousie at an upstairs window.
THE GOLDEN MAGNETGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
Il pensait sans aucun sentiment de jalousie au bonheur de son grand ami.
HISTOIRES GRISESE. EDOUARD TAVERNIER
Her fair face was once more hidden, behind the rude jalousie of the logs; but the smile remained.
THE WILD HUNTRESSMAYNE REID
Il y a dans la jalousie plus d'amour-propre que d'amour—There is more self-love than love in jealousy.
DICTIONARY OF QUOTATIONS FROM ANCIENT AND MODERN, ENGLISH AND FOREIGN SOURCESJAMES WOOD
Charleston sits and smiles behind its jalousie blinds—a conservative relic of Huguenot days.
AINSLEE'S MAGAZINE, VOLUME 16, NO. 2, SEPTEMBER, 1905VARIOUS
At all other windows we had only jalousie blinds, with heavy wooden shutters outside to be closed when a hurricane was feared.
STRANGE TEAS, DINNERS, WEDDINGS AND FETESVARIOUS
Ah, ma pauvre p'tite amie, for why you have a jalousie of my patrie?
WE CAN'T HAVE EVERYTHINGRUPERT HUGHES
Now this night-breeze coming through that half-open jalousie—miasmata—and all that.
RATTLIN THE REEFEREDWARD HOWARD
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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