|Grocott & Ward, comps. Grocotts Familiar Quotations, 6th ed. 189-?.|
|Rich windows that exclude the light,|
And passages that lead to nothing.
Gray.A Long Story.
|And storied windows richly dight,|
Casting a dim religious light.
Milton.Il Penseroso, Line 159.
|Ere I let fall the windows of mine eyes.|
Shakespeare.King Richard III., Act V. Scene 3. (Richmond on retiring to sleep.)
|Thy eyes windows fall,|
Like death, when he shuts up the day of life.
Shakespeare.Romeo and Juliet, Act IV. Scene 1. (The Friar to Juliet.)
|Her two blue windows faintly she upheaveth.|
Shakespeare.Venus and Adonis, Verse 81.
| Mistress, look on me,|
Behold the window of my heart, mine eye,
What humble suit attends thy answer there.
Shakespeare.Loves Labours Lost, Act V. Scene 2. (Biron to Maria.)
|Windows of her mind.|
Chalkhill.The Dwelling of Orandra.
|It is the soul itself which sees and hears, and not those parts which are, as it were, but windows to the soul.|
Yonges Cicero.Tusculan Disp., Book I. Div. 20.