a sharp ridge, as between adjoining channels of a Doric column.
the line, ridge, or hip formed by the meeting of two surfaces at an exterior angle.
Old ‘arris is either dead and buried, or gorn away, or somethin’.
The Lord of the Sea M. P. Shiel
She would come to the front of the stage and say confidentially to the audience, “Do you know Lizzie ‘arris?”
With Our Army in Palestine Antony Bluett
A curved furrow, immediately adjoining its repetition, and separated from it only by an arris, as in the Doric column.
History of Ancient Art Franz von Reber
noun (pl) -ris, -rises
a sharp edge at the meeting of two surfaces at an angle with one another, as at two adjacent sides of a stone block
a sharp ridge, as between adjoining channels of a Doric column. the line, ridge, or hip formed by the meeting of two surfaces at an exterior angle. Historical Examples After this, the arrises may again be planed until it has 16 and then 32 sides. Mission Furniture H. H. Windsor When the work will permit, […]
noun (Southwest English, dialect) corn stubble Historical Examples In Devon a corn-field, which has been cut and cleared, is called an “arrish.” Notes and Queries, Number 74, March 29, 1851 Various But it must be observed, there is a difference between “arrish” and “harrisers.” Notes and Queries, Number 74, March 29, 1851 Various
an act of ; a coming: His arrival was delayed by traffic. the reaching or attainment of any object or condition: arrival at a peace treaty. the person or thing that or has : First arrivals will be the first seated. Contemporary Examples Although this is a notoriously difficult checkpoint, security was tightened for the […]
to come to a certain point in the course of travel; reach one’s destination: He finally arrived in Rome. to come to be near or present in time: The moment to act has arrived. to attain a position of success, power, achievement, fame, or the like: After years of hard work, she has finally arrived […]