Definition of Hoodmolds
1. hoodmold [n] - See also: hoodmold
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Literary usage of Hoodmolds
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine by Edward Hungerford Goddard (1857)
"The arches are of two orders, chamfered with returned hoodmolds on either side. The arch which led into the north aisle is blocked up in the upper part by a ..."
2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1860)
"... or chimney, and in these early examples was used for the molded stones of the jambs, if not also for the arch- molds, or at least for the hoodmolds. ..."
3. Archaeologia Cantiana by Kent Archaeological Society (1868)
"... garth present a series of traceried openings, like unglazed windows, separated by rich pinnacled buttresses and crowned with ogee hoodmolds (see Fig. ..."
4. Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archeological Society by James Simpson, Richard Saul Ferguson, William Gershom Collingwood (1900)
"This doorway is also distinctly earlier in date than the other, although both have the same bases and hoodmolds, and is contemporary with the north doorway ..."
5. Highways and Byways in Northamptonshire and Rutland by Herbert Arthur Evans (1918)
"... but the stiff-leaved foliage of the capitals together with the dog tooth on the hoodmolds show that Early English style of ornamentation was already ..."
6. The Holy City: Historical, Topographical, and Antiquarian Notices of Jerusalem by George Williams, Robert Willis (1849)
"... are so slightly pointed, that the hoodmolds are very nearly semicircular. The string-courses of this front ore richly sculptured. ..."