noun reg·let \ˈre-glət\

Definition of REGLET

:  a flat narrow architectural molding
:  a strip of wood used like a lead between lines of type

Origin of REGLET

French réglet, from Middle French reglet straightedge, from regle rule, from Latin regula — more at rule
First Known Use: 1664


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