/ (ˈɡeɪblɪt) /
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a small gable
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Words nearby gablet
gabionade, gable, gabled, gable end, gable roof, gablet, gable window, Gabo, Gabon, Gabonese, gaboon
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How to use gablet in a sentence
Each panel has a cinquefoiled arch with a crocketed gablet and pinnacles on either side.Some Account of Gothic Architecture in Spain|George Edmund Street
The swallows made a second long sweep, and as they neared the gablet again, hissed forth, "Singly were surer."Fifty-Two Stories For Girls|Various
Each panel has a cinq-foiled arch with a crocketed gablet and pinnacles on either side.The Arts and Crafts of Older Spain, Volume I (of 3)|Leonard Williams
Each panel has a cinque-foiled arch with a crocketed gablet and pinnacles on either side.The Industrial Arts in Spain|Juan F. Riao
Gablet, small gable-shaped carved panels frequently used in Gothic stonework for apex stones, and in spires, &c.