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en·ta·ble·ment

 (ĕn-tā′bəl-mənt)
n.
A platform above the base and the dado of a pedestal.

[French, from Old French : en-, in, on; see en-1 + table, table; see table + -ment, -ment.]
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entablement

(ɪnˈteɪbəlmənt)
n
(Architecture) the platform of a pedestal, above the dado, that supports a statue
[C17: from Old French]
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en•ta•ble•ment

(ɛnˈteɪ bəl mənt)

n.
the platform above the dado on a pedestal.
[1655–65; < French, =entable(r) to table + -ment -ment]
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