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Architective
Architective Ar`chi*tec"tive, a. Used in building; proper for building. --Derham.
Architectonic
Architectonic Ar`chi*tec*ton"ic, Architectonical Ar`chi*tec*ton"ic*al, a. [L. architectonicus, Gr. ?. See Architect.] 1. Pertaining to a master builder, or to architecture; evincing skill in designing or construction; constructive. ``Architectonic wisdom.' --Boyle. These architectonic functions which we had hitherto thought belonged. --J. C. Shairp. 2. Relating to the systemizing of knowledge.
Architectonic
Architectonic Ar`chi*tec*ton"ic, n. [Cf. F. architectonique.] 1. The science of architecture. 2. The act of arranging knowledge into a system.
Architectonical
Architectonic Ar`chi*tec*ton"ic, Architectonical Ar`chi*tec*ton"ic*al, a. [L. architectonicus, Gr. ?. See Architect.] 1. Pertaining to a master builder, or to architecture; evincing skill in designing or construction; constructive. ``Architectonic wisdom.' --Boyle. These architectonic functions which we had hitherto thought belonged. --J. C. Shairp. 2. Relating to the systemizing of knowledge.
Architectonics
Architectonics Ar`chi*tec*ton"ics, n. The science of architecture.
Architector
Architector Ar"chi*tec`tor, n. An architect. [Obs.] --North.
Architectress
Architectress Ar"chi*tec`tress, n. A female architect.
Architectural
Architectural Ar`chi*tec"tur*al, a. Of or pertaining to the art of building; conformed to the rules of architecture. -- Ar`chi*tec"tur*al*ly, adv.
Architecturally
Architectural Ar`chi*tec"tur*al, a. Of or pertaining to the art of building; conformed to the rules of architecture. -- Ar`chi*tec"tur*al*ly, adv.
Architecture
Architecture Ar"chi*tec`ture (?; 135), n. [L. architectura, fr. architectus: cf. F. architecture. See Architect.] 1. The art or science of building; especially, the art of building houses, churches, bridges, and other structures, for the purposes of civil life; -- often called civil architecture. Many other architectures besides Gothic. --Ruskin. 3. Construction, in a more general sense; frame or structure; workmanship. The architecture of grasses, plants, and trees. --Tyndall. The formation of the first earth being a piece of divine architecture. --Burnet. Military architecture, the art of fortifications. Naval architecture, the art of building ships.
Georgian architecture
Georgian architecture Georgian architecture British or British colonial architecture of the period of the four Georges, especially that of the period before 1800.
Lancet architecture
Lancet Lan"cet, n. [F. lancette, dim. of lance lance. See Lance.] 1. A surgical instrument of various forms, commonly sharp-pointed and two-edged, used in venesection, and in opening abscesses, etc. 2. (Metal.) An iron bar used for tapping a melting furnace. --Knight. Lancet arch (Arch.), a pointed arch, of which the width, or span, is narrow compared with the height. Lancet architecture, a name given to a style of architecture, in which lancet arches are common; -- peculiar to England and 13th century. Lancet fish. (Zo["o]l.) (a) A large, voracious, deep-sea fish (Alepidosaurus ferox), having long, sharp, lancetlike teeth. (b) The doctor, or surgeon fish.
Lombardic architecture
Lombardic Lom*bar"dic, a. Of or pertaining to Lombardy of the Lombards. Lombardic alphabet, the ancient alphabet derived from the Roman, and employed in the manuscript of Italy. Lombardic architecture, the debased Roman style of architecture as found in parts of Northern Italy. --F. G. Lee. Lombardy poplar. (Bot.) See Poplar.
Military architecture
Architecture Ar"chi*tec`ture (?; 135), n. [L. architectura, fr. architectus: cf. F. architecture. See Architect.] 1. The art or science of building; especially, the art of building houses, churches, bridges, and other structures, for the purposes of civil life; -- often called civil architecture. Many other architectures besides Gothic. --Ruskin. 3. Construction, in a more general sense; frame or structure; workmanship. The architecture of grasses, plants, and trees. --Tyndall. The formation of the first earth being a piece of divine architecture. --Burnet. Military architecture, the art of fortifications. Naval architecture, the art of building ships.
Moorish architecture
Moorish Moor"ish, a. [See 1st Moor, and cf. Morris, Moresque.] Of or pertaining to Morocco or the Moors; in the style of the Moors. Moorish architecture, the style developed by the Moors in the later Middle Ages, esp. in Spain, in which the arch had the form of a horseshoe, and the ornamentation admitted no representation of animal life. It has many points of resemblance to the Arabian and Persian styles, but should be distinguished from them. See Illust. under Moresque.
Naval architecture
Architecture Ar"chi*tec`ture (?; 135), n. [L. architectura, fr. architectus: cf. F. architecture. See Architect.] 1. The art or science of building; especially, the art of building houses, churches, bridges, and other structures, for the purposes of civil life; -- often called civil architecture. Many other architectures besides Gothic. --Ruskin. 3. Construction, in a more general sense; frame or structure; workmanship. The architecture of grasses, plants, and trees. --Tyndall. The formation of the first earth being a piece of divine architecture. --Burnet. Military architecture, the art of fortifications. Naval architecture, the art of building ships.
Neoclassic architecture
Neoclassic architecture Neoclassic architecture All that architecture which, since the beginning of the Italian Renaissance, about 1420, has been designed with deliberate imitation of Greco-Roman buildings.

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