coelanaglyphic relief

noun coe·lan·a·glyph·ic relief \(ˈ)sē¦lanə¦glifik-\

Definition of coelanaglyphic relief

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Origin and Etymology of coelanaglyphic relief

French coilanaglyphique, from coilanaglyphe (from Greek koilos hollow + anaglyphe anaglyph) + -ique -ic — more at cave, anaglyph

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a brief usually trivial fact

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