ogival

ogival

adjective

  1. Having the curved, pointed shape of an ogive.

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  2. Possessing ogives.

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Examples

  • The exuberant phoenix motifs are enclosed within an ogival cartouche, so called because its outlines echo those of a pointed Gothic arch.

    Bright and Shiny Things

  • I ran the last few steps into the sunlight, which streamed in through two ogival windows.

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  • With three-tiered roofs and no trace of the later onion domes and ogival arches, traditional Malay mosques are well ventilated and perfectly suited to a tropical climate.

    Wind of Change

  • Catherine's red palace, with a classical plan, white gothic detailing, large columns and ogival arcades, stretches 145 meters long.

    Escape From Moscow:

  • They emerged onto the main level beneath the ogival arcade, quite near the schola cantorum.

    The Kaisho

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