Bandelet



a flat molding, broader than a fillet and narrower than a fascia.
annulet (def 1).

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    a thin, flat strip of some material for binding, confining, trimming, protecting, etc.: a band on each bunch of watercress. a fillet, belt, or strap: a band for the hair; a band for connecting pulleys. a stripe, as of color or decorative work. a strip of paper or other material serving as a label: a […]

  • Bander

    a thin, flat strip of some material for binding, confining, trimming, protecting, etc.: a band on each bunch of watercress. a fillet, belt, or strap: a band for the hair; a band for connecting pulleys. a stripe, as of color or decorative work. a strip of paper or other material serving as a label: a […]



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