Definition of Traceries

1. Noun. (plural of tracery) ¹



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Definition of Traceries

1. tracery [n] - See also: tracery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Traceries

traceabilities
traceability
traceable
traceableness
traceably
traceback
tracebacks
traced
traceless
tracepoint
tracepoints
tracer
tracer/y
tracer bullet
traceried
traceries (current term)
tracers
tracery
traces
traceur
traceurs
trach
trachea
tracheae
tracheal
tracheal branches
tracheal cartilages
tracheal fenestration
tracheal fistula
tracheal glands

Literary usage of Traceries

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1. Wessex by Clive Holland (1906)
"The four gables have triangular windows with rich traceries and symbols representing the four Evangelists. In the town of Glastonbury itself are several ..."

2. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1857)
"... trunks of trees stood around the altar of the rocks, and with their graceful traceries gave a halo to the scene, perhaps to the simple deed itself. ..."

3. Lives of the Hunted: Containing a True Account of the Doings of Five by Ernest Thompson Seton (1901)
"But what about the lace traceries in the dust? They are there when the sun comes up next morning. ..."

4. The Stones of Venice by John Ruskin (1885)
"traceries. We have only one subject more to examine, the character of the early and late Tracery Bars. The reader may perhaps have been surprised at the ..."

5. Some Account of Gothic Architecture in Spain by George Edmund Street (1865)
"That for making all the said traceries and cornices as described, in the said six windows, yon, the said honourable guardians, shall be bound to give and ..."

6. The Canadian Birthday Book: With Poetical Selections for Every Day in the Year by Susie Frances Harrison, Seranus (1887)
"... Beech-nuts mid their russet leaves ; Heavy-headed nodding sheaves ; Clumps of luscious blackberries ; Purple clustered traceries Of the cottage climbing ..."

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