, chalice, challis, malice, palace, Tallis
, Baylis, digitalis, Fidelis, rayless
•ageless • aimless • keyless
, cilice, Dilys, fillis, Phyllis
•ribless • lidless • rimless
, sinless, winless
•lipless • witless • annus mirabilis
•annus horribilis • syphilis
, skyless, tieless
, solace, Wallace
, cosmopolis, Heliopolis, megalopolis, metropolis, necropolis
•chrysalis • surplice • amice • premise
•airmiss • Amis • in extremis • Artemis
, epidermis, kermis
-work made of thin strips (usually timber laths) crossing each other, either at 90° or set diagonally, forming a lattice
of lozenge-shapes, as in an arbour
or any framework supporting vines or other plants. 2.
Stone enrichment of the Romanesque
period resembling a wooden trellis composed of fillets
, giving the appearance of continuous overlapping chevrons
set between two horizontal framing mouldings. The chevron-strips are frequently decorated with stud-like elements perhaps suggesting nails.
a framework of light wooden or metal bars, chiefly used as a support for fruit trees or climbing plants.
) [tr.] [usu. as adj.] (trellised)
provide with or enclose in a trellis:
a trellised archway.
support (a climbing plant) with a trellis.
grating used as a support or screen. XIV. ME. trelis
— OF. trelis
:- Rom. *trilīcius
, f. L. trilīx
, f. TRI-
thread of a warp.