Cornice

A cornice (from the Italian cornice meaning `ledge`) is generally any horizontal decorative molding that crowns a building or furniture element— the cornice over a door or window, for instance, or the cornice around the top edge of a pedestal or along the top of an interior wall. A simple cornice may be formed just with a crown molding. The fu.....
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Cornice

A horizontal projecting course on the exterior of a building, usually at the base of the parapet. In residential construction, the overhang of a pitched roof at the cave line, usually consisting of a facie board, a soffit for a closed cornice, and appropriate moldings.
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Cornice

A molded projecting stone at the top or an entablature.
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Cornice

• (n.) Any horizontal, molded or otherwise decorated projection which crowns or finishes the part to which it is affixed; as, the cornice of an order, pedestal, door, window, or house.
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Cornice

- Overhang of a pitched roof , usually consisting of a fascia board, a soffit and appropriate trim moldings.
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cornice

valance board noun a decorative framework to conceal curtain fixtures at the top of a window casing
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cornice

noun the topmost projecting part of an entablature
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Cornice

Cor'nice noun [ French corniche , Italian cornice , Late Latin coronix , cornix , from Latin coronis a curved line, a flourish with the pen at the end of a book or chapter, Greek .........; akin to Latin corona crown. sEE Crown , and confer Coronis...
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Cornice

A continuous projection (usually composed of boards and/or moldings) that crowns a wall or other structure.
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Cornice

A cornice is an ornamental molding, or composition of two or more moldings, located at the exterior wall-roof junction of a building, beneath the eaves, or beneath the sloping ends of a gable roof.
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Cornice

A crowning projection at a roof line, often with molding or other classical detail.
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Cornice

A decorative addition to the top and projecting from the face of an internal or external wall.
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Cornice

A decorative addition to the top of an external or internal wall..
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Cornice

A horizontal molded projection that completes a building or wall; or the upper slanting part of an entablature
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Cornice

A horizontal molding or group of moldings crowning the top, or crown, of a cabinet or other furniture. Commonly found on hutches, curios or cupboards.
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cornice

A horizontal projecting course on the exterior of a building, usually at the base of the parapet.
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Cornice

A molded projecting stone at the top of an entablature or facade.
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Cornice

A moulded ledge, projecting horizontally along the top of a building or feature such as a screen etc.
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Cornice

A projecting molding that tops the elements to which it is attached; used especially for a roof or the crowning member of an entablature, located above the frieze.
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cornice

a shallow, box-like structure, usually made of wood, fastened across the top of a window to conceal the drapery hardware
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Cornice

Also known as Cove.
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Cornice

An overhang of snow caused by constant wind; fun to launch from, but also dangerous as they can snap off at any time.
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Cornice

An overhang of snow caused by wind
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Cornice

An overhang of snow caused by wind.
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cornice

an overhanging accumulation of ice and wind-blown snow, characteristically found on the edge of a ridge or cliff face.
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