adjective res·sault·ed \rə̇ˈsȯltə̇d, (ˈ)rē¦s-\

Definition of ressaulted

  1. :  having projections from the plane of a wall or surface

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Origin and Etymology of ressaulted

French ressault, ressaut projection (from Italian risalto, from risaltare to spring back, project, from ri- re-—from Latin re- —+ saltare to leap, from Latin) + English -ed — more at saltant

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capable of being understood in two ways

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