Definition of Listel

1. n. Same as List, n., 6.



Definition of Listel

1. Noun. a narrow fillet or border ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Listel

1. a narrow molding [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Listel

lissosphincter
lissotrichic
lissotrichous
list
list-processing language
list box
list price
list processing
list system
listable
listed
listed company
listed security
listee
listees
listel (current term)
listello
listellos
listels
listeme
listemes
listen
listen in
listen up
listenability
listenable
listened
listener
listeners
listenership

Literary usage of Listel

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1. History of Art in Primitive Greece: Mycenian Art by Georges Perrot, Charles Chipiez (1894)
"Section through listel of architrave. above the listel of the architrave, it would stand out ... listel ..."

2. A Practical Dictionary of the English and German Languages by Felix Fl├╝gel (1874)
"1. a long and thin piece of wood, metal, ic. ; Join, ledge, border; Carp. bracket, clamp; Typ. border, Bkb, edge; Arch, fillet, listel, reglet; plinth; 2. ..."

3. Cyclopedia of Architecture, Carpentry, and Building: A General Reference by American Technical Society (1916)
"The height of the base without the listel is 26 parts, divided between the plinth, which is 14 and the torus which is 12. Since a torus has the form of a ..."

4. Cyclopedia of Architecture, Carpentry and Building: A General Reference Work by American School, (Chicago, Ill.) (1907)
"The height of the base without the listel is 26 parts, divided between the plinth, which is 14 and the torus which is 12. Since a torus has the form of a ..."

5. Cyclopedia of Drawing by American school of correspondence at Armour institute of technology, Chicago (1906)
"The height of the base without the listel is 26 parts, divided between the plinth, which is 14 and the torus which is 12. Since a torus has the form of a ..."

6. Study of the Orders by Frank Chouteau Brown, Frank A. Bourne, Herman V. von Holst (1906)
"The height of the base without the listel is 26 parts, divided between the plinth, which is and the torus which is 12. Since a torus has the form of a ..."

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