Noun(1) an architectural ornament consisting of a horizontal sculptured band between the architrave and the cornice(2) a heavy woolen fabric with a long nap
(1) the coastline is a frieze of cliffs(2) The Scottish National Portrait Gallery wants to extend the frieze in its entrance hall.(3) the horsemen of the Parthenon frieze(4) The Dutch Room gained its new name in 1906 after a wallpaper frieze of blue Dutchmen was installed.(5) The windows of the top storey were concealed within the frieze of the main entablature whilst the heads of those on the first floor were dropped to suit the new storey heights.(6) A frieze at the top of the walls repeats the names of the founding, former and current members of Amfar's board.(7) a wallpaper frieze with chickens on it(8) There was a train featured on the frieze and that was my contribution to the decoration.(9) That these arches are triumphal is made clear by the frieze on the nearer of the two, which refers to Vespasian, whose joint triumph with Titus was well known from Josephus's account, discussed above.(10) The frieze in the pediment on the outside of the building is depicted below.(11) A frieze of colored glass, mirror glass, and decorative leading ran around the room, culminating in the virtuoso display of the double doors.(12) This is not to suggest that new houses should incorporate classical columns, a carved frieze or cornice but some inventiveness is called for.(13) Each column supported an appropriate entablature, on the frieze of which was inscribed ├ö├ç├┐Pro Patria,├ö├ç├û reminding the legislator of the end and object of his delegation.(14) The judges, it was said, had a most difficult task selecting the prizewinners, such was the excellent quality of frieze , flannel, yarn and items of clothing on show.(15) The entablature's architrave and frieze break out over each individual engaged column, emphasizing verticality, while the cornice breaks out over each pair to unify the pier-column unit.(16) Worse, almost all of the decorative friezes , achieved with so much care and expense only twenty years before, have been painted out; only that in the big, central Pre-Raphaelite room survives.
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