Recent Examples of gable from the Web
In the bedrooms, the custom headboards were designed to imitate the pointed and arching gables of the surrounding canal houses.
So it’s laid out horizontally with multiple wings, which also means many roofs and gables.
Sweeping panoramas of its many gables and roofs, graceful pans through its labyrinth, loving close-ups on its many details and architectural peculiarities.
The roof can be low-pitched or have gables or a heavy tilt.
The front porch gable was rebuilt in a period style.
Outside, the chapel’s deteriorating awning is being propped up with wooden beams and gables that span the entire building are pulling apart from the roof, according to Karena Walter of the St. Catharines Standard.
Those rooms were under the roof of the historic building that went up on Central Park West in 1881, and Bennett gutted the interiors in one of the gables.
Over the past few months, the station roof and gables were replaced, which prevents further damage to the inside.
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Origin and Etymology of gable
GABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gable for English Language Learners
: a section of a building's outside wall that is shaped like a triangle and that is formed by two sections of the roof sloping down
GABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of gable for Students
- a gabled house
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