Definition of Hexafoils

1. Noun. (plural of hexafoil) ¹

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Definition of Hexafoils

1. hexafoil [n] - See also: hexafoil

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hexafoils

hexafluoroantimonates
hexafluoroethane
hexafluoroethanes
hexafluoroisopropanol
hexafluorophosphate
hexafluorophosphates
hexafluorophosphoric acid
hexafluoroplatinate
hexafluoroplatinates
hexafluoropropylene
hexafluoropropylenes
hexafluorosilicate
hexafluorosilicates
hexafluorothioacetone
hexafoil
hexafoils (current term)
hexagenerian
hexagenerians
hexaglot
hexagon
hexagonal
hexagonal prism
hexagonal prisms
hexagonal water
hexagonally
hexagonies
hexagons
hexagony
hexagram
hexagrammatic

Literary usage of Hexafoils

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1. Archaeologia Cambrensis by Cambrian Archaeological Association, Thomas Rowland Powel, Donald Moore (1894)
"... and each window has a foliated circle under its containing arch; those of the side-windows being hexafoils, and that of the central window an ..."

2. Fasti Herefordenses: And Other Antiquarian Memorials of Hereford by Francis Tebbs Havergal (1869)
"Interspersed between the figures are four hexafoils, six quatrefoils, and thirteen circles. The upper compartment represents the entombment of the bishop. ..."

3. Catalogue of the Rare Artistic Properties Collected by the Connoisseur ...by American Art Association, Raoul Tolentino, Seymour de Ricci, Horace Townsend by American Art Association, Raoul Tolentino, Seymour de Ricci, Horace Townsend (1920)
"Above and below arc borders of silk woven in a pattern of green and white hexafoils and edged by narrow stripes woven in red and white. ..."

4. De Luxe Illustrated Catalogue of the Extensive and Very Valuable Artistic ...by Luigi Orselli, Horace Townsend, American Art Association by Luigi Orselli, Horace Townsend, American Art Association (1921)
"Bottom with hexafoils. Silk draw-string. Length, 4 inches; width, 3 inches. 428—FLORENTINE EMBROIDERED VELVET MISERICORDIA POUCH Fifteenth Century ..."

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