Definition of Crowsteps

1. Noun. (plural of crowstep) ¹



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Definition of Crowsteps

1. crowstep [n] - See also: crowstep

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crowsteps

crownings
crownless
crownlet
crownlets
crownlike
crownpiece
crownpieces
crowns
crownwork
crownworks
crows
crowsfeet
crowsfoot
crowstep
crowstepped
crowsteps (current term)
crowstone
crowstones
crowth
crowths
croyn
croyned
croyning
croyns
croze
croze iron
crozer
crozers
crozes
crozier

Literary usage of Crowsteps

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1. The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Scotland from the Earliest Christian by Ross, Thomas, David MacGibbon (1897)
"Large gabled crowsteps, such as are seen here, are rare features in ... We do not recall any example of such large crowsteps, except at Methven Church, ..."

2. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1893)
"But in this modern adaptation of a venerable style, the architect has applied crowsteps to the gables of all the dormer windows, showing a complete ..."

3. Memorials of Edinburgh in the olden time by Daniel Wilson (1848)
"Beyond this, in the Candlemaker Row, a curious little timber fronted tenement appears, with its gable surmounted with the antique crowsteps we have ..."

4. Highways and Byways in Surrey by Eric Parker (1908)
"... with patterned sides and columns, and crowsteps and other ornaments and uses. You would not guess all that a chimney can be, until you have seen Albury. ..."

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