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an arcade of small dimensions.
a blind arcade, as a series of arches superimposed on the walls of a building for decoration.
Historical Examples

arcature, in architecture, a small arcade built into a wall or applied against it, decorative rather than structural.
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a small-scale arcade
a set of blind arches attached to the wall of a building as decoration


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