Recessed

Re*cessed"

(r*sst"), a. 1. Having a recess or recesses; as, a recessed arch or wall.
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2. Withdrawn; secluded. [R.] "Comfortably recessed from curious impertinents." Miss Edgeworth.
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Recessed arch (Arch.), one of a series of arches constructed one within another so as to correspond with splayed jambs of a doorway, or the like.
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