Definition of Dentels

1. Noun. (plural of dentel) ¹



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Definition of Dentels

1. dentel [n] - See also: dentel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dentels

dentate suture
dentatectomy
dentated
dentately
dentation
dentations
dentatorubral cerebellar atrophy with polymyoclonus
dentatorubral fibres
dentatothalamic fibres
dentatothalamic tract
dentatum
dented
dentel
dentelle
dentelles
dentels (current term)
dentes
dentes acustici
dentex
dentexes
denti-
dentia
dentia praecox
dentia tarda
dential
denticities
denticity
denticle
denticles

Literary usage of Dentels

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1. Builders' Architectural Drawing Self-taught: Containing Descriptions of by Frederick Thomas Hodgson (1903)
"In the illustration square blocks or dentels are introduced, but often to the dentels is added a row of modillions immediately beneath and supporting the ..."

2. Rudimentary Architecture for the Use of Beginners and Students: The Orders by William Henry Leeds (1852)
"To the dentels of the Ionic cornice is added a row of modillions, immediately beneath and supporting the corona. These modillions are ornamental blocks, ..."

3. A Handbook of Architectural Styles by Albert Rosengarten (1898)
"When these dentels meet at the corners (Fij. 133), a plain square space is ... These dentels do not occur in the Ionic structures in Attica during Fig. 134. ..."

4. History of Art in Persia by Georges Perrot, Charles Chipiez (1892)
"But is it not a universally acknowledged fact that dentels in a stone architecture are reminders of the ends of the joists of the primitive timber loft, ..."

5. The Rudiments of Architecture and Building for the Use of Architects by John Bullock (1865)
"... after the manner of the letter S turned thus, cc; and between them and the dentels, and also below the latter, are other mouldings sometimes cut, ..."

6. The Lives of Celebrated Architects, Ancient Amd Modern: With Historical and by Francesco Milizia, Eliza Taylor tr Cresy (1826)
"The worked dentels, of which the antiquities of Rome furnish a number of examples, cease to be dentels, and are converted into a sort of fret ornament: they ..."

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