A pattern of honeysuckle or palm leaves in a radiating cluster, used as a motif in Greek art. (noun)
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Use "anthemion" in a sentence
"They oohed and ahhed over the jasperware fireplace surround and anthemion moldings in the drawing room, the crystal chandelier in the large dining room, and the fine Chippendale dressing table in the master bedchamber."
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"There was always a combination of the straight line and the curve, a strong feeling of balance, and a profusion of ornament in the way of scrolls, garlands, shells, the acanthus, anthemion, etc."