Definition of crocket in English:
(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
Definition of crocket in:
- US English dictionary
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