Definition of Hoodmould
1. Noun. A protective drip that is made of stone.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoodmould
Literary usage of Hoodmould
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1904)
"The south doorway within a porch is rich Early English with hoodmould and numerous raised and hollow mouldings, some having the fillet band, and others the ..."
2. Antiquary: A Magazine Devoted to the Study of the Past by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1885)
"On the N. side of the nave is a blocked semicircular-headed Norman doorway, with hoodmould and plain tympanum. The S. doorway within a porch is fine late ..."
3. Journal of the British Archaeological Association by British Archaeological Association (1906)
"At Ratcliffe- on-Soar the tower arch is of Transitional date, pointed with chamfered hoodmould and two chamfered orders, supported on a small abacus, ..."
4. Records of Buckinghamshire, Or, Papers and Notes on the History, Antiquities by Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society (1903)
"7) is a very good specimen of transitional work, with a half-round hoodmould, having a head at the apex and terminations, and ornamented with a zigzag band, ..."
5. The Rutland Magazine and County Historical Record by George Phillips (1904)
"There is a trefoil-headed piscina in the wall of the south aisle, which indicates that a chapel existed there. It is under a hoodmould having a head ..."