Jamb

The main vertical members forming the sides of a window or door frame.

Jamb

Side posts of arch, door, or window.
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jamb

A vertical element of a doorway or window frame.
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jamb

[n] - upright consisting of a vertical side member of a door or window frame
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Jamb

straight side of arch, door or window
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Jamb

The straight side of a door, arch or window.
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jamb

side-post of a doorway or window
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jamb

the vertical edge of an opening
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Jamb

The side of an opening in a wall for a door or window
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Jamb

The side of an opening in a wall for a window or door.
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Jamb

Vertical side post of a window or doorway.
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Jamb

Vertical side post of a window or doorway.
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Jamb

The side and head lining of a doorway, window, or other opening.
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Jamb

now usually taken to simply describe the vertical sides to a window or door opening. Properly used, it only relates to those vertical parts which support the lintel.
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Jamb

Used in two senses: 1. The side of a door or window opening (also ingo). 2. A wing projecting from the body of a building. Related Words: Ingoes; Wing
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Jamb

The vertical sides of a door or window opening. Sometimes used as a surface for sculptural decoration. K
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Jamb

Jamb noun [ Prov. English jaumb , jaum , French jambe a leg, jambe de force a principal rafter. See Gambol .] 1. (Arch) The vertical side of any opening, as a door or fireplace; hence, less properly, any narrow vertical surface of wall, as the of a chi...
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Jamb

Jamb transitive verb See Jam , transitive verb
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jamb

1. The vertical side of any opening, as a door or fireplace; hence, less properly, any narrow vertical surface of wall, as the of a chimney-breast or of a pier, as distinguished from its face. ... 2. <chemical> Any thick mass of rock which prevents miners from following the lode or vein. ... Origin: Prov. E. Jaumb, jaum, F. Jambe a leg, jambe...
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jamb

noun upright consisting of a vertical side member of a door or window frame
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Jamb

• (n.) The vertical side of any opening, as a door or fireplace; hence, less properly, any narrow vertical surface of wall, as the of a chimney-breast or of a pier, as distinguished from its face. • (v. t.) See Jam, v. t. • (n.) Any thick mass of rock which prevents miners from following the lode or vein.
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Jamb

In architecture a jamb is the vertical side of any opening, such as a door or fireplace; hence, less properly, the term applies to any narrow vertical surface of a wall, such as the wall of a chimney- breast or of a pier, as distinguished from its face.
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Jamb

The vertical side masonry of a door, window or portal entranceway, often a place for the setting of statuary.
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jamb

vertical side of a doorway, window, archway, or fireplace
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Jamb

One of two vertical members of a door or window frame.
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