fluting fluting


  • (n) a groove or furrow in cloth etc (particularly a shallow concave groove on the shaft of a column)


  1. Open it at any point and there the author is, fluting a different tune but charming the same old snake.
  2. Then he began in fluting tones to preach for the first time to a flock that is noted in all Christendom for its indifference to the church.
  3. After 1810, Classic Revivalists designed these things with pillars, cornices, lyre scrolls, fluting and acanthus leaves.
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