Definition of Cuspidations
1. cuspidation [n] - See also: cuspidation
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cuspidations
Literary usage of Cuspidations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An inquiry into the difference of style observable in ancient glass by Charles Winston (1867)
"... it was not unusual to occupy the central space, to the points of the cuspidations, (and which is generally defined by a strong iron ring, connecting the ..."
2. Greek Lines and Other Architectural Essays by Henry Van Brunt (1893)
"... Italian, English, French, and Dutch interpretations of the classic theme, with all manner of Gothic chamfers and cuspidations and foliations, ..."