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- noun Plural form of
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Moulding planes are sinking snipebills, side snipebills, beads, hollows and rounds, ovolos and ogees.
There are nothing but pillars, columnets, ovolos, and palm leaves of the
"It is made of silver, adorned with ovolos at its rim, with a medal at the bottom."
Scarcely could a remnant of the entablature still be distinguished at the summit of the pedestal, and beneath the cornice a string of ovolos, defaced and worn, was surmounted by what architects call a "chaplet of paternosters."
"Sylvie, see, he wants us to have ovolos in the cornice of the corridor."