Definition of corniced in US English:

corniced

adjective

  • See cornice

    • ‘It wasn't corniced at all and we enjoyed a straightforward traverse to the mountain's south-east ridge.’
    • ‘A porch with a solid teak front door opens onto a bright hallway with a polished French oak floor, a corniced ceiling, understairs storage and guest toilet.’
    • ‘At the moment the property includes an L-shaped entrance hall with a cream colour scheme and a corniced ceiling with decorative archway.’
    • ‘Bedrooms have high, corniced ceilings and classical furnishings, and suites - which include the Imperial, one of Europe's most expensive - justify the label ‘sumptuous’.’
    • ‘The entrance hall is an elegant heart to this 112 square metre house and features original polished floorboards and a high corniced ceiling with centre rose and dado rail.’