Counterfort

A foundation wall section that strengthens (and is generally perpendicular to) a long section of foundation wall.
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Counterfort

• (n.) A spur or projection of a mountain. • (n.) A kind of buttress of masonry to strengthen a revetment wall.
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Counterfort

- A foundation wall section that strengthens (and generally perpendicular to) a long section of foundation wall
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Counterfort

Coun'ter·fort` noun 1. (Fort.) A kind of buttress of masonry to strengthen a revetment wall. 2. A spur or projection of a mountain. Imp. Dict.
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Counterfort

A foundation wall section that strengthens (and generally perpendicular to) a long section of founda
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Counterfort

defence work of besieging force
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Counterfort

defence work of besieging force
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Counterfort

In fortifications a counterfort was a kind of buttress of masonry intended to strengthen a revetment wall.
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