(In Gothic architecture) a small carved ornament, typically a bud or curled leaf, on the inclined side of a pinnacle, arch, etc.
- The buttresses are built out by layers of crockets and mouldings riveted on to the front.
- Between the slab and the black marble base is a double arcade of carved alabaster delicately embellished with trefoil arches, crocket capitals, and pinnacles.
- Look at the gables, look at the pinnacles, look at the crockets, look at the parapets!
Words that rhyme with crocketbrocket, Crockett, docket, locket, pocket, rocket, socket, sprocket
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