perpendicular style

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Synonyms for perpendicular style

a Gothic style in 14th and 15th century England

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Minster officials have launched an appeal to raise pounds 23m to restore the building's East Front, which dates from the 1420s and is hailed as one of the finest examples of the Perpendicular style of architecture.
The lady Chapel of Henry VII (Boydell & Brewer, 50 [pounds sterling]), the epitome of the late Perpendicular style in architecture.
ENTER the Cathedral Ruins by the great south door, and standing below the towering spire, survey the gaunt ruined walls which betray the beauty of the perpendicular style in which the cathedral was built nearly six centuries ago.
Knowle's place of worship was consecrated in 1402 and built in perpendicular style of white and red sandstone; the humble St Swithin's is three centuries younger; it was built after a disastrous fire and (quite rare for churches) is of small red brick.
The church was built in Perpendicular style in 1470 and the 90ft high tower bears evidence aloft of Roundhead shot and nearer the ground bullet marks where the Cavalier prisoners were killed.