Tudor arch


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Tu′dor arch′


n.
a four-centered arch, the inner pair of curves having a radius much greater than that of the outer pair.
[1805–15]
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Noun1.Tudor arch - a low elliptical or pointed archTudor arch - a low elliptical or pointed arch; usually drawn from four centers
arch - (architecture) a masonry construction (usually curved) for spanning an opening and supporting the weight above it
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On entering the porch through a Tudor arch (also called a four-centred or depressed arch) of about the 1500s, you view a memorial to those who served in World War I.
One of the features of the room is an inglenook fireplace with a Tudor arch beam above it that is believed to have come from Evesham Abbey.
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