subbase

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sub·base

 (sŭb′bās′)
n.
The lowermost front strip or molding of a baseboard.
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subbase

(ˈsʌbˌbeɪs)
n
(Architecture) the lowest part of a pedestal, base, or skirting. Compare surbase
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sub•base

(ˈsʌbˌbeɪs)

n.
Archit. the lowest part of a base that consists of two or more horizontal members.
[1820–30]
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Noun1.subbase - the lowest molding of an architectural base or of a baseboardsubbase - the lowest molding of an architectural base or of a baseboard
moulding, molding - a decorative strip used for ornamentation or finishing
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