a molding above a base, as that immediately above a baseboard, the crowning molding of a pedestal, etc.
the uppermost part, such as a moulding, of a pedestal, base, or skirting Compare subbase
adjective, Architecture. 1. having a surbase. 2. depressed; flattened. 3. (of an arch) having a rise of less than half the span. adjective (architect) 1. having a surbase 2. (of an arch) having a rise of less than half the span
noun 1. drop arch (def 2).
verb (used without object), surceased, surceasing. 1. to cease from some action; desist. 2. to come to an end. verb (used with object), surceased, surceasing. 3. Archaic. to cease from; leave off. noun 4. cessation; end. noun 1. cessation or intermission verb 2. to desist from (some action) 3. to cease or cause to cease
noun 1. an additional charge, tax, or cost. 2. an excessive sum or price charged. 3. an additional or excessive load or burden. 4. Philately. an overprint that alters or restates the face value or denomination of a stamp to which it has been applied. a stamp bearing such an overprint. 5. act of surcharging. […]