Definition of Doweled
1. dowel [v] - See also: dowel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doweled
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Literary usage of Doweled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Building Construction and Superintendence by Frank Eugene Kidder (1915)
"doweled, KEYED AND SPLINED JOINTS. When plain surfaces of boarding of considerable extent are required for wainscoting dadoes, etc., they should be built up ..."
2. The Propylaia to the Athenian Akropolis: The Classical Building by William Bell Dinsmoor (2004)
"On the flanks of the East Portico the frieze blocks were generally doweled at the west end, hut the fifth block—the fourth ..."
3. Practical Die-making: A Collection from the Latest Information on Dies and (1916)
"The sections should now be screwed and doweled in their respective holders. FINISHING THE HOLDERS In Fig. 240 is shown the method for finishing the holders ..."
4. Manual Training Magazine (1911)
"The two wide pieces are first doweled together and the narrow pieces are then doweled into these. The bottom cross-piece is screwed on and the top is held ..."
5. The builder's price book (1804)
"Ditto, plowed and tongued headings, Ditto, doweled - j| inch good bat ten floor, with plowed edge nailed .... and tongued headings, edge nailed Ditto, ..."
6. The Mechanic's Companion, Or, The Elements and Practice of Carpentry by Peter Nicholson (1845)
"With regard to the joints of flooring boards, they are either quite square, plowed and tongued, rebated, or doweled ; in fixing them they are nailed either ..."