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Definition of Bossage

Bossage
Bossage Boss"age, n. [F. bossage, fr. bosse. See Boss a stud.] 1. (Arch.) A stone in a building, left rough and projecting, to be afterward carved into shape. --Gwilt. 2. (Arch.) Rustic work, consisting of stones which seem to advance beyond the level of the building, by reason of indentures or channels left in the joinings. --Gwilt.

Meaning of Bossage from wikipedia

- Bossage is uncut stone that is laid in place in a building, projecting outward from the building, to later be carved into decorative moldings, capitals...
- a carved keystone of a ribbed vault at the intersection of the ogives. Bossage Uncut stone that is laid in place in a building, projecting outward from...
- and three metopes. The columns of the temple are unfluted and retained bossage, but it is not clear whether this was a result of carelessness or incompleteness...
- Jerónimos Monastery (Portugal) Boss on St Mark's Cross, Blessington (Ireland) Bossage Three hares Ching, Francis D. K. (1995). A Visual Dictionary of Architecture...
- following its secretive instructions. The action begins on a lazy day in Bossage, one of the Frontier's more prosperous towns. A ruthless quartet robs the...
- Spain, known as Isabelline Gothic. When not figurative these are known as bossage. These are probably a development of Mudéjar styles of patterning walls...
- walls are up to 3 meters (9.8 ft) thick. The corners are built of m****ive bossage stones which were precisely cut to the non-right angle sides required by...
- outer wall had a core of Roman concrete covered with co**** limestone bossages. This wall continued from the ends of the crescent shaped portico and was...
- tower has six faces with buttresses in alternate corners, with rustic bossages. 1209: The collegiate church of Saint Pierre was founded. 1359: Louis de...
- of buildings of NBP in Bydgoszcz has Neo-Renaissance features. It has bossage points on the ground floor. The main portal is decorated with pilasters...
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