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plinth
[plinth]
NOUN [ARCHITECTURE.]
1.
a slablike member beneath the base of a column or pier.
2.
a square base or a lower block, as of a pedestal.
3.
a projecting course of stones at the base of a wall; earth table.
4.
(in joinery) a flat member at the bottom of an architrave, dado, baseboard, or the like.
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In architecture, a plinth is the base or platform upon which a column, pedestal, statue, monument or structure rests. Gottfried Semper's The Four Elements of ...

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Define plinth: the lowest member of a base : subbase; a block upon which the moldings of an architrave or trim are stopped at the bottom.

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Plinth definition, a slablike member beneath the base of a column or pier. See more.

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The bottom course of stones or bricks supporting a wall. A base or pedestal beneath a cabinet. Translations[edit]. ±show ▽base for column, pedestal or statue.

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Synonyms for plinth at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

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Plinth definition: A plinth is a rectangular block of stone on which a statue or pillar stands . | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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Falling, usually as the result of inebriation. Usually involves an inital unsteady sway rapidly followed by several slapstick-esque stages of decension, often ...

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A plinth is a very important part of many structures and architectural compositions , yet we rarely notice it. In this video, we'll explore the...

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If a building has columns, you can call the platform or base on which a column rests a plinth. The plinth typically lies between the column and the ground.