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Definition of Rusticated

Rusticated
Rusticate Rus"ti*cate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Rusticated; p. pr. & vb. n. Rusticating.] [L. rusticaticus, p. p. of rusticari to rusticate. See Rustic.] To go into or reside in the country; to ruralize. --Pope.
Rusticated
Rusticated Rus"ti*ca`ted, a. (Arch.) Resembling rustic work. See Rustic work (a), under Rustic.

Meaning of Rusticated from wikipedia

- Rustication, occasionally rustification (literally "to or of the countryside"), may refer to: Rustication (architecture), a style of masonry giving stones...
- on the rusticated ground storey (in fact using stucco) gave re****uring support to the upper storey's paired Doric columns standing on rusticated piers...
- and small building construction and are meant to resemble rusticated stone blocks. Rusticated concrete block involves a rough surface with a carved bevel...
- The sent-down, rusticated, or "educated" youth (Chinese: 知識青年), also known as the zhiqing, were the young people who—beginning in the 1950s until the end...
- Britons who were rusticated during their time at University have included: John Lyly (c. 1553–1606), author of Euphues. Rusticated from Magdalen College...
- (Fabricius, 1801) Synonyms Dihammus rusticator (Fabricius, 1801) Lamia fistulator Germar, 1824 Lamia rusticator Fabricius, 1801 Monochamus fistulator...
- of masonry, rusticated blocks on the ground floor, the ashlar face of the top story, and the cornice. The exterior design of the rusticated blocks and...
- voussoirs on the rusticated ground storey gave re****uring support to the upper storey's paired Doric columns standing on rusticated piers, set against...
- corners of buildings are often emphasized by rusticated quoins. Ba****ts and ground floors were often rusticated, as at the Palazzo Medici Riccardi (1444–1460)...
- sometimes the second storey, containing major rooms, located above the rusticated ground floor containing the minor rooms and service rooms. The reasons...