Definition of Flutings
1. fluting [n] - See also: fluting
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flutings
Literary usage of Flutings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1904)
"The principal flutings are well seen in Antares, but they are more strongly developed in ... These flutings have not hitherto received a definite chemical ..."
2. Greek Refinements: Studies in Temperamental Architecture by William Henry Goodyear (1912)
"The larger number of flutings increases the effect of slenderness in the shaft by the ... Thus the change from sixteen to twenty flutings corresponded to a ..."
3. A History of Art for Classes, Art-students, and Tourists in Europe by William Henry Goodyear (1896)
"flutings of the Column.—All the orders, as far as the Greek monuments are concerned, ... These flutings have partly the par- pose of uniting the ..."
4. Colleced Papers on Spectroscopy by George Downing Liveing, James Dewar (1915)
"The second set of flutings, those in the yellowish-green, come out as the pressure is increased, and, in fact, at twenty atmospheres only the b group and ..."
5. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1915)
"Saloon Sonnets With Sunday flutings, by Allen Norton. Marie Claire. There are signs of a late grafting of the spirit of the eighteen-nineties upon certain ..."
6. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society by Royal Astronomical Society (1907)
"However, the interest of the matter lies in the facts (i) that the provisional values deduced for the wave-lengths of the heads of the flutings are — 7053 ..."