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fractable

[ frak-tuh-buhl ]
/ ˈfræk tə bəl /
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noun Architecture.(on a gable wall)
a coping concealing the slopes of the roof, especially one having an ornamental silhouette.
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Origin of fractable

1680–90; obsolete fract broken, cracked (see fracture) + -able
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