Enfilade – meaning of the word and example

An interconnected group of rooms arranged usually in a row with each room opening into the next. (Merriam – Webster)

A volley of gunfire directed along a line from end to end. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A suite of rooms with doorways in line with each other. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A position or formation subject to fire from a flank along the length of its front. (Collins Dictionary)


The meaning of the term Enfilade when referring to architecture – Definition.



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