Corbel-table
Corbel-table Cor"bel-ta`ble, n. (Arch.) A horizontal row of corbels, with the panels or filling between them; also, less properly used to include the stringcourse on them. [1913 Webster]

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  • corbel table — a horizontal masonry construction, as a cornice or part of a wall, supported on corbels or on arches supported on corbels. [1400 50; ME] * * * ▪ architecture  in architecture, a continuous row of corbels (a block of stone projecting from a wall… …   Universalium

  • corbel table — noun a projecting course of bricks or stones resting on corbels …   English new terms dictionary

  • Corbel table — a range of projecting blocks, often carved, running below the eaves of a building …   Medieval glossary

  • corbel table — noun : a projecting course (as of masonry) resting on a horizontal row of corbels …   Useful english dictionary

  • Corbel — For other uses, see Corbel (disambiguation). Elaborately decorated classical style stone corbels support balconies on a building in Indianapolis …   Wikipedia

  • corbel — n. & v. Archit. n. 1 a projection of stone, timber, etc., jutting out from a wall to support a weight. 2 a short timber laid longitudinally under a beam to help support it. v.tr. & intr. (corbelled, corbelling; US corbeled, corbeling) (foll. by… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Corbel, Savoie — Corbel …   Wikipedia

  • table — n 1. plane, horizontal, level, flat; ledge, platform, shelf, sill, mantle, shoulder, Archit. corbel. 2. plateau, plain, flatland, flats. See tableland. 3. stand, counter, bar, buffet, sideboard; desk, writing table, secretary; bench, workbench,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • skew-corbel — skewˈ corbel, skewˈ put or skewˈ table noun The cornerstone supporting the coping of a gable • • • Main Entry: ↑skew …   Useful english dictionary

  • skew-table — skewˈ corbel, skewˈ put or skewˈ table noun The cornerstone supporting the coping of a gable • • • Main Entry: ↑skew …   Useful english dictionary

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