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abutment an architectural component that supports an arch, vault, or the like, as of a bridge. [1/2 definitions]
arch1 to form an arch or curve in. [2/5 definitions]
archway the passageway under an arch. [2 definitions]
camber to arch or cause to arch upward slightly. [2/4 definitions]
corbel a bracket projecting from a wall to support an arch or cornice. [1/3 definitions]
crown the highest part of something, such as a head, a mountain, an arch, or a hat. [1/21 definitions]
extrados the outside curve of an arch or a vault. (Cf. intrados.)
finial a decorative element that points upward from the end or top of something, as from an arch, a piece of furniture, or a lampshade.
firmament the entire arch of the sky; heavens.
flatfoot a condition of the foot in which the arch is flattened.
flying buttress a segmental arch that transmits outward and downward pressure from the upper side wall of a building to a solid buttress on the ground.
Gothic arch a pointed arch.
headroom the clear space between the head and a ceiling, arch, or top of a doorway.
headway2 the clear space between the head and a ceiling, arch, or top of a doorway; headroom.
hunch to lift up or arch into a hump. [1/7 definitions]
intrados the inner curve or surface of an arch or archlike structure.
keystone the central, wedge-shaped stone at the top of an arch. [1/2 definitions]
lagging a wooden framework that supports an arch until the keystone is inserted. [1/3 definitions]
lancet arch a narrow sharply pointed arch, used esp. in Gothic windows.
lancet window a tall narrow window terminating in a lancet arch.
ogive a pointed, usu. Gothic arch. [1/3 definitions]