[ troo-moh; French try-moh ]
/ truˈmoʊ; French trüˈmoʊ /
noun, plural tru·meaux [troo-mohz; French try-moh]. /truˈmoʊz; French trüˈmoʊ/.
a mirror having a painted or carved panel above or below the glass in the same frame.
Architecture. a column supporting a tympanum of a doorway at its center.
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Example sentences from the Web for trumeau
The present image at the trumeau is a fragment saved from the late-Gothic Chartreuse of the Valois dukes.
Observe that the trumeau was made narrow at its base, in order to let pass the pilgrim throngs.
British Dictionary definitions for trumeau
/ (trʊˈməʊ) /
noun plural -meaux (-ˈməʊz)
architect a section of a wall or pillar between two openings
Word Origin for trumeau
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