[ hawr-uh-zon-tl, hor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF horizontals
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Lay out and cut the mortises for the tenons of the horizontals or rails.

All the Horizontals, sir—the Perpendiculars having a fugleman of their own.

All the Horizontals were not in the majority; for at least twenty went, on this occasion, with the minority.

We are less accustomed to estimation of verticals than of horizontals.

We start with a bar of iron; we plan our main framework; we may use rigid verticals and horizontals in forming our grill.

Its upper arm arose to twice the length either of its horizontals or the square that was its foot.

Horizontals were placed across the legs with extending ends, on which seats were made for the tables.

Above all, beware of trusting to the supposed verticals or horizontals in built work, especially in tracery.

Horizontals parallel to the base of the picture are also parallel to that base in the picture.

All horizontals which are at 45 to the picture plane are drawn to the point of distance.