Those that flank the portal have each a large niche at the bottom, with engaged shafts, and the head and dripstone trefoiled.
On three sides of the tower the dripstone is almost perfect.
At the east end is a three-light window without any transom, with an obtuse arch under a dripstone.
But you will be as doleful as a dripstone if you marry for money.
The dripstone shows a rude kind of foliage, on which are placed at intervals medallions containing animals, &c.
In the above-mentioned wall is an Early English doorway, with a dripstone adorned with the nailhead moulding.
So far of the true cornice: we have still to determine the form of the dripstone.
The dripstone sections of their capitals are therefore unnecessary and ridiculous.
Sometimes two or more lancets are grouped together side by side under a single 'dripstone' or hood.
They are often included under an arched moulding called a dripstone.