• Definition for "exedra"
    • A usually curved outside workbench with increased back.
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exedra definition

  • noun:
    • A usually curved outside workbench with increased back.
    • An often semicircular portico with seats that has been used in ancient Greece and Rome as a location for conversations.
    • A semicircular recess, with rock benches, used as a spot for discussion.
    • A curved bench with a high back.
    • a-room in a public building, furnished with seating.
    • The projection of any part of a building in a rounded type.
    • Any out-of-door chair in stone, big enough for all people; esp., certainly one of curved type.
    • In old design, an elevated system with steps, on view air, usually by a roadside or in some other community destination, supplied with seating for the intended purpose of repose and discussion.
    • A usually curved outdoor workbench with a higher straight back.
    • An often semicircular portico with seats that was utilized in ancient Greece and Rome as a place for talks.
    • A semicircular recess, with stone benches, used as someplace for discussion.
    • A curved bench with increased back.
    • a-room in a public building, furnished with seats.
    • The projection of any part of a building in a rounded form.
    • Any out-of-door seat in stone, large enough for a couple of people; esp., one of curved form.
    • In ancient design, an increasing platform with steps, on view environment, frequently by a roadside or in several other public spot, supplied with chairs for the true purpose of repose and conversation.
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