evasé

adjective
eva·sé | \ ¦āˌvä¦zā \

Definition of evasé 

: enlarging gradually used especially of chimneys or outlet ducts

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History and Etymology for evasé

French évasé, from past participle of évaser to widen the mouth of, flare out, from Middle French evaser, from e- + vase

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