Mantletree



[man-tl-tree] /ˈmæn tlˌtri/

noun
1.
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[man-tl-tree] /ˈmæn tlˌtri/
noun
1.
a wooden or stone lintel over the opening of a fireplace.
2.
a masonry arch used in place of such a lintel.
/ˈmæntəlˌtriː/
noun
1.
a beam made of stone or wood that forms the lintel over a fireplace

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