noun arae·o·style \əˈrēəˌstīl\
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Definition of araeostyle



  1. :  an intercolumniation of usually four or more diameters

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Origin and Etymology of araeostyle

earlier areostylos, from Latin araeostylos, adjective, having such an intercolumniation, from Greek araiostylos, from araios thin, weak, intermittent + stylos pillar — more at steer

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a brief usually trivial fact

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