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arbor1 an arrangement of trees, vines, shrubs, or flowers, often supported by a lattice framework and forming a shady bower or shelter.
armature in sculpture, a framework providing a core for modeling materials such as wax, clay, and plaster. [1/4 definitions]
bedstead the framework that supports the springs and mattress of a bed.
bent1 in construction, a transverse member or framework used to strengthen a structure. [1/5 definitions]
brace something that supports or steadies, such as a beam in the framework of a building. [1/10 definitions]
carboy a large bottle, usu. made of glass and surrounded by a protective framework of wood or basketry, used esp. to store and carry corrosive fluids.
casing a framework for a window or door. [1/4 definitions]
crib a supporting framework used in construction or in mine or well shafts. [2/12 definitions]
deckle a framework or edging piece used in some papermaking to control the size of the sheets.
doorframe the framework of a doorway.
elevated railway a railway that is elevated on a framework, permitting ground traffic to circulate beneath it.
endoskeleton the internal bony supporting framework characteristic of vertebrates. (Cf. exoskeleton.)
espalier a trellis or framework on which a vine, shrub, or fruit tree is trained to grow in a flat pattern. [1/3 definitions]
flat1 in theater, a wooden structure used as a framework for scenery. [1/17 definitions]
framing the act of supplying with a framework. [2 definitions]
fundamental a basic principle of a framework, system, process, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
gantry a framework resembling a bridge that goes over railroad tracks and holds signals or that contains rails for a movable crane. [2 definitions]
glider a swinging porch seat or couch suspended by chains or straps from a metal framework. [1/3 definitions]
goggle (pl.) a pair of protective lenses with a shielding framework, worn to protect the eyes from debris, strong wind, harsh light, chlorinated water, and the like. [1/6 definitions]
grate1 a framework of crossed or parallel bars that serves as a covering, guard, or the like. [2/4 definitions]
grating1 a framework of crossed or parallel bars that covers an opening; grate.