Part of speech: noun

A piece or plate, as of window - glass.

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Usage examples "pane":

  1. And now I'll have the pane of glass put in and you can take up a collection among yourselves and pay me later on. - "Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue Keeping Store", Laura Lee Hope.
  2. I have been trying to emulate them- trying to stare, too, up at him, through the pane, as he rides laughing, aloft in the faint far sky; and my presumptuous eyes have rained down tears in consequence. - "Nancy A Novel", Rhoda Broughton.
  3. Only the snow- flakes drifting against the window- pane, and the wailing of the wind, was heard for a moment; then David added, with brightening eyes and a glad voice: I went into a hospital while away, to look after one of my poor girls who had been doing well till illness brought her there. - "Work: A Story of Experience", Louisa May Alcott.