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Definition of Arcading
1. an arcade [n -S]
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Literary usage of Arcading
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1. Rudimentary Architecture for the Use of Beginners and Students: The Orders by William Henry Leeds (1852)
"Similar and equally indefeasible effect attends arcading, whether the arches be supported by piers or columns.* The sort of effect alluded to is, moreover, ..."
2. The Cathedral Church of Saint Paul: An Account of the Old and New Buildings by Arthur Dimock (1900)
"The eight other supports are the huge wall-like piers, thirty-five feet by ten, at the entrances from the four limbs. The arcading.—When Wren planned his ..."
3. Wessex by Clive Holland (1906)
"The Lady Chapel, with its exquisite arcading, is probably the work of three different persons, Bishop de Lacy, ..."
4. Upper Wharfedale: Being a Complete Account of the History, Antiquities and by Harry Speight (1900)
"These enlargements were carried out from about 1290 to 1300, as appears by the monastic NORMAN CAPITALS AND arcading, BOLTON PRIORY. annals, and I also find ..."
5. How to Visit the English Cathedrals by Esther Singleton (1912)
"In the first three western bays in both aisles the large arcading, ... The arcading in the other bays is equally clearly of the Decorated period, ..."