astylar

[ ey-stahy-ler ]
/ eɪˈstaɪ lər /

adjective Architecture.

without columns.

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Origin of astylar

1835–45; <Greek ástyl(os) without columns (a-a-6 + stŷl(os) pillar + -os adj. suffix) + -ar1
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British Dictionary definitions for astylar

astylar
/ (æˈstaɪlə, eɪ-) /

adjective

architect without columns or pilasters

Word Origin for astylar

C19: from a- 1 + Greek stulos pillar
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