a section or bay formed by crossbeams.
Other definitions for trave (2 of 2)
a device to inhibit a wild or untrained horse or one being shod.
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How to use trave in a sentence
Finally the Kaiser Friedrich burst something important in her interior, and they gave her up and put on the trave.As Seen By Me | Lilian Bell
They put the town of Southampton at our disposal, and the trave's steady and spinster-like behavior did the rest.As Seen By Me | Lilian Bell
Here he found a trave which had been broken; he took a saw and plane, and mended it.Historical Miniatures | August Strindberg
The River Chalusus is reasonably considered to be the trave.The Ethnology of the British Islands | Robert Gordon Latham
It means, however, the tribes between the trave and the Warnow; chiefly along the coast.The Natural History of the Varieties of Man | Robert Gordon Latham
British Dictionary definitions for trave
a stout wooden cage in which difficult horses are shod
another name for crossbeam
a bay formed by crossbeams
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