1A flower-shaped ornament, used especially on buildings, coins, books, and pastry.
- At Ghent the bell is surrounded by recessed mouchettes and crowned by a fleuron that rises to the shallow enframing arch, all of which is set within the rectangular field above each window.
- They tend to come in threes, though a single fleuron can be useful to indicate the beginning of a paragraph.
- Eight crowns with alternating large and small fleurons are described.
Words that rhyme with fleuronHuron, neuron
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