traceried

[trey-suh-reed]

Origin of traceried

First recorded in 1835–45; tracery + -ed3
Related formsun·trac·er·ied, adjective
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Examples from the Web for traceried

Historical Examples of traceried

  • The upper one is a spandrel piece from the traceried arcading of the stalls.

    Wood-Carving

    George Jack

  • Yet with all its splendour of traceried arch it is a comfortless place.

    Canterbury

    Canon Danks

  • It is a most beautiful little specimen of middle-pointed, with high-pitched roof and traceried window.

  • The second stage of Gothic, introducing the traceried window, was opened by the building of the cathedral of Reims, begun in 1211.

  • Behind a traceried grillwork lay heaped a mound of treasures such as no human eye will ever see again.

    Us and the Bottleman

    Edith Ballinger Price