- ornamented or decorated with tracery.
Origin of traceried
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Examples from the Web for traceried
The upper one is a spandrel piece from the traceried arcading of the stalls.Wood-Carving
Yet with all its splendour of traceried arch it is a comfortless place.Canterbury
It is a most beautiful little specimen of middle-pointed, with high-pitched roof and traceried window.The Valleys of Tirol
R. H. Busk
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