Definition of Corniced

1. a. Having a cornice.



Definition of Corniced

1. Adjective. With a cornice. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Corniced

1. cornice [v] - See also: cornice

Corniced Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corniced

cornflower blue
cornflowers
cornfly
cornholed
cornholes
cornholing
cornhusk
cornhusking
cornhuskings
cornhusks
corni
cornic
cornic acid
cornice
corniced (current term)
cornices
corniche
corniches
cornichon
cornichons
cornicing
cornicle
cornicles
cornicular
corniculars
corniculate
corniculate cartilage
corniculate tubercle
corniculopharyngeal ligament

Literary usage of Corniced

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1. Through Town and Jungle: Fourteen Thousand Miles A-wheel Among the Temples by William Hunter Workman, Fanny Bullock Workman (1904)
"... and its Monkeys—Deeg and its Double corniced Palace—Dust Storms—The Hodal Bungalow and the Municipal Officer—Old Delhi—The Grand Trunk Road—The Golden ..."

2. Memoirs by Egypt Exploration Society Archaeological Survey of Egypt (1905)
"Tt is set on a corniced platform to which three or four steps lead up, and is walled all round ... 1 The corniced wall is only shown in section at the back. ..."

3. Mountaineering by Clinton Thomas Dent (1892)
"Snow slopes that are extremely steep on both sides are very unlikely to be corniced at the top. Ridges that are mixed—that is, partly snow and partly ..."

4. American Journal of Archaeology by Archaeological Institute of America (1887)
"Apparently, huge stones with corniced edges formed the roof of this lower chamber, on the top of which stood an open Doric building supported by columns, ..."

5. Proceedings by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain), Norton Shaw, Francis Galton, William Spottiswoode, Clements Robert Markham, Henry Walter Bates, John Scott Keltie (1892)
"Moreover, the arête was heavily corniced on our left hand, so that we were forced ... There was plenty of air upon the corniced ridge where we could not go, ..."

6. The Canadian Alpine Journal: Journal Alpin Canadien by Alpine Club of Canada (1907)
"A narrow arete of several rods in length connected it with the snow shoulder, and this arête was itself ominously corniced, and with snow in a most ..."

7. The Call of the Snowy Hispar: A Narrative of Exploration and Mountaineering by William Hunter Workman, Fanny Bullock Workman, Cesare Calciati, Mathias Koncza (1911)
"Near the south-west end of this barrier at its lowest point an exceedingly steep ice-wall with corniced brow descends to the ..."

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