mutule

[myoo-chool]
noun Architecture.
a projecting flat block under the corona of the Doric cornice, corresponding to the modillion of other orders.

Origin:
1555–65; < Latin mūtulus modillion

mutular [myoo-chuh-ler] , mutulary [myoo-chuh-ler-ee] , adjective
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mutule (ˈmjuːtjuːl)
 
n
architect Compare modillion one of a set of flat blocks below the corona of a Doric cornice
 
[C16: via French from Latin mūtulus modillion]

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The main cornice is quite wide with the same brackets and mutule design as the doorway.
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