The splay is sometimes slightly hollowed, sometimes, as in the Chora, worked to an ogee.
Like the jambs, the arch has a splay which is divided into small panels.
Internal cornices and string-courses are in marble, and are all of the same type, a splay and fillet.
No variation, no change; the art of it is to keep almost to the same groove, and not to make the figure broad and splay.
The window in the east wall has its head and splay of a single stone.
A figure in the splay of the E. window has been carefully erased by some "conscientious objector."
They are cut on the splay so that the front end is half the width of a header and one side half the length of the brick.
In Fig. 23, we see the Spatulate Hand, the special peculiarities of which are the straight, smooth fingers and the "splay" tips.
There is a triumphal arch and one blocked window in the apse, with mosaic on the splay of the jamb.
From the throat the sides diverge at an angle, called the splay, which depends upon the field of fire necessary.