fluting

Semicircular parallel grooves which run vertically up a column.

Fluting

• (n.) Decoration by means of flutes or channels; a flute, or flutes collectively; as, the fluting of a column or pilaster; the fluting of a lady`s ruffle. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Flute
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fluting

noun a groove or furrow in cloth etc (particularly a shallow concave groove on the shaft of a column)
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Fluting

[architecture] Fluting in architecture refers to the shallow grooves running vertically along a surface. It typically refers to the grooves running on a column shaft or a pilaster, but need not necessarily be restricted to those two applications. If the hollowing out of material meets in a point, the point is called an arris. If the lower h...
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Fluting

[firearms] In firearms terminology, fluting refers to the removal of material from a cylindrical surface, usually creating grooves. This is most often the barrel of a rifle, though it may also refer to the cylinder of a revolver or the bolt of a bolt action rifle. In contrast to rifle barrels and revolver cylinders rifle bolts are normally ...
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Fluting

[geology] Fluting is a process of differential weathering and erosion by which an exposed well-jointed coarse-grained rock such as granite or gneiss, develops a corrugated surface of flutes; especially the formation of small-scale ridges and depressions by wave action. Fluting in glacial geology: advance of a glacier; the furrows are larger...
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Fluting

Flut'ing noun Decoration by means of flutes or channels; a flute, or flutes collectively; as, the fluting of a column or pilaster; the fluting of a lady's ruffle. Fluting iron , a laundry iron for fluting ruffles; -- called also Italian iron , or gaufering iron...
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Fluting

A series of shallow, concave grooves. In the Classical period, fluting was applied to the surface of shafts and columns, but its use was more varied in the Middle Ages.
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Fluting

channel shaped decoration used on borders etc.
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Fluting

concave mouldings in parallel
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Fluting

concave mouldings in parallel
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Fluting

Concave mouldings in parallel.
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Fluting

Concave mouldings in parallel.
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Fluting

Cut or moulded relief ornamentation of a series of narrow or broad parallel concave flutes (as opposed to reeds or pillars, which are convex)
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Fluting

Decorating the edges of a pie, tart or shortbread by pinching it at regular intervals to provide a fluted effect. Also using special icing tools to decorate fondant iced cakes.
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Fluting

Decoration imitating the vertical channelling of classical columns, resembling a musical flute cut in two.
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fluting

Fluting is a decorative finish for wooden columns or trim where parallel grooves are carved vertically along the surface.
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Fluting

In architecture, fluting is channels or furrows cut perpendicularly in the shafts of columns. It is used in the Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, and Composite orders, but never in the Tuscan. When the flutes are partially filled up by a smaller round moulding they are said to be cabled.
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Fluting

Narrow vertical grooves on shafts of columns and pilasters.
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Fluting

Narrow vertical grooves on shafts of columns and pilasters
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Fluting

Parallel concave grooves that commonly used to ornament the surface of columns, posts, or panels. May be hand carved on antique or reproduction furniture, commonly made using a router on modern works.
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fluting

Semicircular parallel grooves which run vertically up a column.
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fluting

Shallow, concave grooves running vertically on a column, pilaster, or other surface.
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Fluting

Shallow, vertical grooves in the shaft of a column or pilaster.
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Fluting

The cutting of grooves, of semi-circular cross-section, in masonry, especially when this is applied to the shafts of columns in classical architecture. Related Words: Classical; Column; Masonry
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