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lattice
used in The Hunchback of Notre Dame

4 uses
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Definition
an object or pattern made from crisscrossing two sets of lines — leaving diamond- or square-shaped spaces where they do not overlap

or:

an arrangement of points or particles or objects in a regular periodic pattern
  • From time to time he paused in front of the dim window with its leaden lattice, listened, looked, and stamped his foot.
    2.7.7 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 7 — The Mysterious Monk (12% in)
  • All at once, beside her cell, she perceived a priest making a pretext of reading the public breviary, but who was much less occupied with the "lectern of latticed iron," than with the gallows, toward which he cast a fierce and gloomy glance from time to time.
    2.8.5 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 5 — The Mother (81% in)
  • There was only one window, a long pointed casement, latticed with brass wire and bars of iron, further darkened by fine colored panes with the arms of the king and of the queen, each pane being worth two and twenty sols.
    2.10.5 — Vol 2 Bk 10 Chpt 5 — The Retreat in which.... (3% in)
  • There, at the very brink of the water, stood the wormeaten remains of a fence of posts latticed with laths, whereon a low vine spread out a few thin branches like the fingers of an outspread hand.
    2.11.1 — Vol 2 Bk 11 Chpt 1 — The Little Shoe (10% in)

There are no more uses of "lattice" in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

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