Definition of Rusticated

1. a. Resembling rustic work. See Rustic work (a), under Rustic.



Definition of Rusticated

1. Verb. (past of rusticate) ¹

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Definition of Rusticated

1. rusticate [v] - See also: rusticate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rusticated

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rusticated (current term)
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Literary usage of Rusticated

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1. Vasari on Technique: Being the Introduction to the Three Arts of Design by Giorgio Vasari (1907)
"rusticated masonry and the Tuscan Order. THE work called Rustic 1 is more stunted, ... The shafts of columns are sometimes rusticated to correspond with the ..."

2. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building, Biographical, Historical, and by Russell Sturgis (1901)
"rusticated. In stone masonry, distinguished from smooth ashlar by rustication. RUSTICATION. In stone cutting, that doue with joints sunk in some sort of ..."

3. The Architecture and Planning of Classical Moscow: A Cultural History by Albert J. Schmidt (1989)
"The powerful Doric portico of six voluted columns, resting on a rusticated ground-floor entrance and supporting an ornate frieze, dominated the rest of the ..."

4. The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine (1870)
"... on a rusticated basement. Behind the church are vestries and retiring-rooms, a spacious hall, and a chapel-keeper's house. ..."

5. A Manual of Drafting Instruments and Operations: In Four Divisions by Samuel Edward Warren, Edward Warren (1865)
"( rusticated. / Rubble. Also, both brick and stone-work may be made in line ... rusticated Ashlar is that which is cut off or '-'-chamfered" at the edges. ..."

6. A Topographical Dictionary of London and Its Environs: Containing by James Elmes (1831)
"It is a handsome and well proportioned church, built of brick and stone, with rusticated angles, and stone architraves, and entabla~ tures to the ..."

7. The Gentleman's Magazine (1816)
"Side arches rusticated. Parapets, with compartments, rock rusticated ; terminating piers rusticated. (Adjoining the bridge, remains of Rosamond's Well, ..."

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