On the other hand in Chichester cathedral , the ogee motive is supreme.
Second, because the ogee has in it, in a combined form, the outlines of nearly all the other types.
Sometimes the two sides of a gallery are lined with vertical walls, and its roof is supported by an ogee vault, or an arch.
On this band we can apply the ogee type (Fig. 199) right side up.
Above, the crocketed drip-mould is carried up in an ogee leaving room for the coronation of the Virgin over the apex of the arch.
But for variation we may decide to use the ogee reversed, as in Fig. 200.
The splay is sometimes slightly hollowed, sometimes, as in the Chora, worked to an ogee.
ogee—a moulding formed by the combination of a round and hollow.
In one of the specimens the ogee ends finish in a point; in the other they finish in a spiral volute turning upon itself.
There is an ogee pediment, and a niche with angels on each side, with censers.
"S-shaped molding," 1670s, from French ogive "diagonal rib of a vault," earlier augive, of unknown origin. Related: ogival.