Arrises



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, it is desirable to round the arrises to about a ⅜-in.
Concrete Construction Halbert P. Gillette

Much skill and care is required to retain the arrises sharp and the curved members of accurate and proportionate outline.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 17, Slice 7 Various

It is well to chamfer the arrises at the end of the tenon to insure its starting easily into the mortise.
Handwork in Wood William Noyes

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

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