traceried

[trey-suh-reed]
adjective
ornamented or decorated with tracery.

Origin:
1835–45; tracery + -ed3

untraceried, adjective
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tracery (ˈtreɪsərɪ)
 
n , pl -eries
1.  a pattern of interlacing ribs, esp as used in the upper part of a Gothic window, etc
2.  any fine pattern resembling this
 
'traceried
 
adj

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Example sentences
The door on the first level features a traceried fanlight and transom with decorative molding.
Each side of the roof of the main block has two round-head dormers with a semicircular traceried light over three lights.
It has a molded pilastered surround with paneled reveals and a traceried fanlight over a six-panel door.
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