Thesaurus / pilaster
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The compartments are divided by a shallow Buttress or Pilaster Strip.

The Duke of Somerset took the most sensible course and went to sleep, leaning against a pilaster, immediately after dinner.

The marble of the pilaster, against which he leaned, was not more cold and unmoved than the face of the inquisitor.

The BravoJ. Fenimore Cooper

The usual Norman pilaster buttresses are apparent at the angles and in the centres of three of the faces.

British CastlesCharles H. Ashdown

The soffit of the arch is carved, and the face of the pilaster below has a very rich and graceful vine arabesque upon it.

The Shores of the AdriaticF. Hamilton Jackson

A small head or top of a column; the head or uppermost member of a pilaster.

The pilaster, which 278 was employed so extensively in the Revival, called for new combinations in the designs for its capitals.

A wreath is carved on the pilaster to the right of the relief, which probably contained the inscription: Ὁ δῆμος.

The stiles of the entrance are basically the pilaster type although the reeding within the pilaster is rounded rather than flat.

HuntleyTony P. Wrenn

By a cottage are three, with a pilaster supporting an entablature, but enveloped in thick vines and trees.

WORDS RELATED TO PILASTER

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