projecture

projecture

(prəˈdʒɛktjʊə)
n
1. a projection beyond the surface
2. (Architecture) an architectural projection
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Mere strength could not be applied to raise it, because there was no projecture which might firmly he held in the hand.
In a quarter of an hour he stopped under the projecture of a rock, [and] proceeded to remove the stalks, which, as I immediately perceived, concealed the mouth of a cavern.
Using the scores from the Projecture Test of Work Ethic and the scores from the video tape, a chi-square contingency table test showed that high scorers on the Projective Test were likely to receive high scores on the video tapes.