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A pseudodipteral building, especially a temple.
Early 18th century; earliest use found in Phillips's New World of Words. From classical Latin pseudodipteros (adjective) designating a style of temple which has a space in place of the inner row of columns of the dipteros. With the English ending, compare discussion at peripteros. Compare earlier pseudodipter and its French etymon.
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