colonnade definition

  • noun:
    • Architecture some columns placed at regular intervals.
    • Architecture A structure consists of columns put at regular intervals.
    • A series of columns at regular intervals.
    • peristyle
    • portico, stoa
    • a string or selection of articles put at regular intervals with all the adjuncts, as entablature, stylobate, roofing, etc.
    • In structure, any series or selection of articles put at specific periods, called intercolumniations, from a single another, these types of periods different in line with the requirements of art and energy, and of your order utilized.
    • a structure composed of a number of arches sustained by articles
    • framework comprising a-row of uniformly spaced columns
    • Architecture a number of articles put at regular periods.
    • Architecture A structure composed of articles placed at regular intervals.
    • a few columns at regular intervals.
    • peristyle
    • portico, stoa
    • a set or number of columns placed at regular intervals with all the adjuncts, as entablature, stylobate, roof, etc.
    • In architecture, any series or array of columns placed at specific periods, called intercolumniations, from one another, such intervals differing in line with the needs of art and utility, and of the order utilized.
    • a structure composed of some arches supported by columns
    • framework composed of a row of evenly spaced articles

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