Antonyms for plinth

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As abruptly as he had leapt upon the plinth did he now leap down from it.

The plinth, or base, is but slightly moulded, and is 23 inches in height.

But the lower will seem to be larger, because it will project to the edge of the plinth.

Mrs. Plinth looked disapproving, and Mrs. Ballinger visibly wavered.

Mrs. Plinth enquired, still distrustful of Mrs. Roby's thoroughness.

The club had always respected this idiosyncrasy of Mrs. Plinth's.

"I always deprecate anything like a scandal—" Mrs. Plinth continued.

But she, too, kept her eyes glued to the figures up there on the plinth.

Just then the mother of the Gracchi came to the edge of the plinth to open the meeting.

The wall is complete with plinth, die and cornice (Figs. 98 and 99).

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