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prostyle

adjective pro·style \ ˈprōˌstīl \

Definition of prostyle

: marked by columniation consisting of free columns in a front portico only and across the full front of the structure — compare amphiprostyle, pseudoprostyle

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Origin and Etymology of prostyle

Latin prostylos having pillars in front, from Greek, from pro- 1pro- + stylos pillar


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prostyle

noun \ " \

Definition of prostyle

plural -s
: a prostyle building

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