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imbrex

[ im-breks, -briks ]
/ ˈɪm brɛks, -brɪks /
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noun, plural im·bri·ces [im-bruh-seez, -bri-keys]. /ˈɪm brəˌsiz, -brɪˌkeɪs/.
a convex tile, used especially in ancient Rome to cover joints in a tile roof.
Architecture. one of the scales in ornamental imbrication.
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Origin of imbrex

1855–60; <Latin, equivalent to imbr- (stem of imber) rainstorm + -ex noun suffix
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