- tracery (n.)
- mid-15c., "a place for drawing," formed in English from trace (v.) + -ery. Architectural sense, in reference to intersecting rib work in the upper part of a gothic window, is attested from 1660s. "Introduced by Wren, who described it as a masons' term" [Weekley].
- 1. Tracery or an ornament with four foils or lobes.
- 2. The same tracery may look entirely different under light coming from different angles.
- 3. Comfortable at dish box container, nacelle, tracery wall , window box and balcony help advance somebody's career.
- 适于盘盒容器, 吊篮, 花墙, 窗盒和阳台栽培.
- 4. The top of the wall is usually undulated and relieved of its heaviness by tile - tracery.
- 5. The house we live in has 21 stories with red and yellow tracery outer wall.
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