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Meaning of tracery

trac•er•y

Pronunciation: (trā'su-rē), [key]
— pl. -er•ies.
  1. ornamental work consisting of ramified ribs, bars, or the like, as in the upper part of a Gothic window, in panels, screens, etc.
  2. any delicate, interlacing work of lines, threads, etc., as in carving or embroidery; network.
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