- v place so as to overlap
- v overlap
- s used especially of leaves or bracts; overlapping or layered as scales or shingles
- There are some interesting precious objects: a massive torque of twisted gold, brooches and harness mounts ornamented with serpentine, imbricated motifs; some large and striking .
- Among younger artists, the abstract impulse tends to be more plainly decorative, less ambitious: witness the elaborately imbricated patterns of Joyce Kozloff s Mad Russian .
- Frankenthaler's forte has always been controlling space with color, vigilantly monitoring the exact recession of a blue or the jump of a yellow, the imbricated weight of a dark .