beam (part of speech: noun)
- Two of them, now very prominent, form veritable stumbling- blocks, and the one at the threshold of the inner chamber is carved quite like the lintel stone above the entrance at New Grange. - "The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries", W. Y. Evans Wentz.
- It was built in 1563, as the date carved on the solid lintel shows, but some parts of the structure may have been earlier. - "Vanishing England", P. H. Ditchfield.
- A feeble light shone out on the stair- head, and bending my head, for the lintel was low, I stepped into the room. - "Historical Romances: Under the Red Robe, Count Hannibal, A Gentleman of France", Stanley J. Weyman.