“A grass window ” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

A grass window 


“We must invite Mrs Mehra to our party,” said Mrs Kapoor to her husband. “She’s a grass window, and must be lonely.” 

“What’s that?” asked Mr Kapoor. His knowledge of English idioms didn’t stretch to this one. 

“A grass window,” explained his wife patiently, “is a married woman whose husband is away from home most of the time.”

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