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acute arch[ə′kyüt ′ärch]
An arch with a sharply pointed apex and narrow width. Also known as lancet arch.
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A sharply pointed two-centered arch, whose centers of curvature are farther apart than the opening.See also: Arch
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acute arch, lancet arch
A sharply pointed arch whose centers are farther apart than the width of the arch.
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