lambris

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From lambrisser.

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Noun[edit]

lambris m (plural lambris)

  1. panelling, wainscotting
    • 1884, Henry James, "The Path of Duty" in The English Illustrated Magazine 2(15): 240–256.
      Her appearance is as grand as you know, and on the day I speak of, in her simplified mourning, under those vaguely gleaming lambris, she looked as beautiful as a great white lily.


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Noun[edit]

lambris m (invariable)

  1. (architecture) dado