1 It may be so," answered Cedric; "but I cannot look on that stained lattice without its awakening other reflections than those which concern the passing moment, or its privations.
2 With patient courage, strengthened by the interval which she had employed in mental devotion, Rebecca again took post at the lattice, sheltering herself, however, so as not to be visible from beneath.
3 She turned her head from the lattice, as if unable longer to endure a sight so terrible.
4 It was a little lattice window, about five feet and a half above the ground, at the back of the house: which belonged to a scullery, or small brewing-place, at the end of the passage.
5 A very brief exercise of Mr. Sike's art, sufficed to overcome the fastening of the lattice; and it soon stood wide open also.
6 He got on to the bed, and wrenched open the lattice, bursting, as he pulled at it, into an uncontrollable passion of tears.
7 The only resource left me was to run to a lattice and warn his intended victim of the fate which awaited him.
8 He was leaning against the ledge of an open lattice, but not looking out: his face was turned to the interior gloom.
9 A breach in one single pane of glass would have been immediate death: nor could any thing have preserved the windows, but the strong lattice wires placed on the outside, against accidents in travelling.
Gulliver's Travels(V1) By Jonathan SwiftContext Highlight In PART 2: CHAPTER VIII.
10 She thrust forth her head from the lattice, and looked anxiously upward.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel HawthorneContext Highlight In XII. THE MINISTER'S VIGIL
11 She babbled of a low stone house with lattice windows and tulip-beds, of colonial brick, of a white frame cottage with green shutters and dormer windows.
12 They fired into the attic through a wooden lattice.
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13 The farmhouses were my delight, with thatched roofs, ivy up to the eaves, latticed windows, and stout women with rosy children at the doors.
14 The house presented two pointed gables in its front; the windows were latticed and narrow: the front door was narrow too, one step led up to it.
15 This travelling-closet was an exact square, with a window in the middle of three of the squares, and each window was latticed with iron wire on the outside, to prevent accidents in long journeys.
Gulliver's Travels(V1) By Jonathan SwiftContext Highlight In PART 2: CHAPTER IV.