Flared eaves | Article about Flared eaves by The Free Dictionary
An eave that projects beyond the surface of the wall and curves upward toward its outer edge.
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That part of a roof that has a gradually diminishing slope and that projects beyond the face of an exterior wall, flaring outward near its lower end; common in rural Dutch Colonial architecture
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