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  • adjective Archaic See filigreed.

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  • adjective Archaic form of filigreed.

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Examples

  • First there was a grating of filigraned iron; through this you looked into a small vestibule or hall, at the end of which was a massive door of oak opening upon a short flight of stone steps descending into the tomb.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 117, July, 1867.

  • First there was a grating of filigraned iron; through this you looked into a small vestibule or hall, at the end of which was a massive door of oak opening upon a short flight of stone steps descending into the tomb.

    A Struggle For Life

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