Definition of McIntire
: a style of late 18th and early 19th century American furniture and interior architecture distinguished by the discreet use of carving especially on vertical elements and the employment of rich veneering
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Origin and Etymology of mcintire
after Samuel McIntyre †1811 American architect and woodcarver
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