Origin of dentil
Related formsden·tiled, adjective
Examples from the Web for dentil
In the later temples of Ionia, as in the temple of Priene, the larger scale of the dentil is still retained.
It has slightly pointed arches, with Venetian dentil borderings, and mosaics in the spandrils.
The ciborium has cipollino columns, antique caps, pointed arches, and Venetian dentil enrichments with marble inlays.
The first and third courses are stretchers and the middle course is composed of headers laid to form a dentil course.Huntley|Tony P. Wrenn
The only carved molding is the Grecian fret of the dentil course in the pedimental cornice.The Colonial Architecture of Philadelphia|Frank Cousins