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fleuron.
1. Ornamental termination of the apex of a roof, such as a crop, finial, or épi.

2. Stylized four-leafed square floral ornament, used in late-Gothic cresting, tiles, crockets, and cavetto mouldings.

3. Ornament in the middle of each concave face of the Corinthian abacus.

4. Anthemion.

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fleuron Small crescent‐shaped piece of puff pastry used as a garnish.

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