The glass of the rosace above the ogive glowed like fiery coal in the deep carvings of a wheel of stone.
The ogive windows had all been walled in with brick except one.
The ogive is, perhaps, very ancient; and authors dispute as to the anteriority of the Romanesque to the Gothic.
The ogive arch of the nave compels you to raise your eyes to a great height.
Each of the subterranean cells contains a row of pillars, surmounted by ogive arches.
The ogive, though it is present, does not illumine the long low weight of the great church.
What does it matter if they are equally elegant, if they have the same arial grace as the ogive?
Beyond the second enclosure, in a ploughed field, one can recognise the ruins of a chapel by the broken shafts of an ogive portal.
Inside, a square gallery forms a promenade opening into the court through arcades trellised with ogive windows.
We spied a hovel with a Gothic portal; further on was an old wall with an ogive door; a leafless bush swayed there in the breeze.