Recent Examples of embrasure from the Web
Halfway down the building, that decoration even turns a somersault as a band of ornate terra cotta goes from sitting flat on the facade above the narrow embrasures to becoming a protruding cornice over the wider ones.
There were openings in the upper walls, accessible to the men on the ramparts, called embrasures, through which archers could shoot.
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Origin and Etymology of embrasure
First Known Use: 1702See Words from the same year
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