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- n. Plural form of cavetto.
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In section this moulding may be compared to a large _scotia_ divided into two _cavettos_ by a _torus_.
 All grandest effects in mouldings may be, and for the most part have been, obtained by rolls and cavettos of circular (segmental) section.
 All grandest effects in moldings may be, and for the most part have been, obtained by rolls and cavettos of circular (segmental) section.
The beautiful flowing contour of the lines of tracery characteristic of the Decorated style was superseded by mullions and transoms, and, in panel-work, lines of division disposed vertically and horizontally; and in lieu of the quarter-round, semi and tripartite roll and small hollow mouldings of the fourteenth century, angular-edged mouldings with bold cavettos became predominant.