Frieze

A horizontal band on buildings between the columns and the roof, often decorated with sculpture.

FRIEZE

A decorative band usually placed along the top of a wall. Stencils cut from cow hides were used by workers to create repeated patterns such as this Greek key or stepped fret pattern.

frieze

1 An ornamented, horizontal band of painted or sculptured decoration. 2 The horizontal band beneath the cornice of a bookcase or cabinet. A convex horizontal band beneath a cornice is known as a cushion frieze. A frieze rail is the horizontal length of wood beneath the top of a table or desk stand, and is also known as a curtain piece. 3 See column …...

frieze

A frieze is the panel beneath the cornice at the top of a building' exterior wall which is often ornamented with brackets, dentils or modallions.
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Frieze

In architecture the frieze z is the wide central section part of an entablature and may be plain in the Ionic or Doric order, or decorated with bas-reliefs. Even when neither columns nor pilasters are expressed, on an astylar wall it lies upon the architrave (`main beam`) and is capped by the moldings of the cornice. A frieze can be found on man.....
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Frieze

In house construction, a horizontal member connecting the top of the siding with the soffit of the cornice.
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Frieze

• (v. t.) To make a nap on (cloth); to friz. See Friz, v. t., 2. • (n.) That part of the entablature of an order which is between the architrave and cornice. It is a flat member or face, either uniform or broken by triglyphs, and often enriched with figures and other ornaments of sculpture. • (n.) A kind of coarse woolen cloth or stu...
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frieze

(126) rough cloth.
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Frieze

- In house construction a horizontal member connecting the top of the siding with the soffit of the cornice.
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Frieze

1. The middle horizontal member of a classical entablature, above the architrave and below the cornice. 2. A similar decorative band in a stringcourse, or near the top of an interior wall below the cornice.
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Frieze

1. The middle horizontal member of a classical entablature, above the architrave and below the cornice. 2. A similar decorative band in a stringcourse, or near the top of an interior wall below the cornice.
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frieze

noun a heavy woolen fabric with a long nap
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Frieze

[textile] In the history of textiles, frieze (French: frisé) is a Middle English term for a coarse woollen, plain weave cloth with a nap on one side. The nap was raised by scrubbing it to raise curls of fibre, and was not shorn after being raised, leaving an uneven surface. Panni frisi, `Frisian cloths`, appear in medieval inventories and ...
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Frieze

Frieze noun [ Perh. the same word as frieze a, kind of cloth. Confer Friz .] (Architecture) (a) That part of the entablature of an order which is between the architrave and cornice. It is a flat member or face, either uniform or broken by triglyphs, and often enriched with figures a...
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Frieze

Frieze transitive verb To make a nap on (cloth); to friz. See Friz , transitive verb , 2. Friezing machine , a machine for friezing cloth; a friezing machine.
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Frieze

A band of richly sculpted ornamentation on a building.
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Frieze

A belt course, sometimes decorated with sculpture relief, occurring just under a cornice.
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Frieze

a decorated band on an internal wall below a cornice or the middle division of the entablature, usually heavily decorated. See Classical Architecture.
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Frieze

A decorated horizontal band attached or painted along the top of a wall, usually ornamented.
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Frieze

A decorative horizontal band, as along the upper part of a wall in a room.
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Frieze

a horizontal band of ornament
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Frieze

a horizontal band of ornament
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Frieze

A strong, durable, heavy warp yarn pile fabric. The pile is made by the over wire method to create a closed loop pile.
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Frieze

A strong, durable, heavy, coarse woollen cloth with a nap usually one on side. The pile is made by the over-wire method to create a closed-loop pile.
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frieze

an ornament consisting of a horizontal sculptured band
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