amphistylar

adjective am·phi·sty·lar \¦amfə¦stīlə(r)\

Definition of amphistylar

  1. :  marked by columniation consisting of free columns in porticoes either at both ends or at both sides of the structure and across the full ends or sides

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Origin and Etymology of amphistylar

amphi- + -stylar


First Known Use: circa 1902


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