Definition of Raggle

1. Noun. (context: construction) A groove or slot, often cut in a masonry wall or other vertical surface, for inserting an inset flashing component such as a reglet. ¹



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Definition of Raggle

1. a groove cut in masonry [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raggle

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raggle (current term)
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Literary usage of Raggle

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1. Cyclopedia of Architecture, Carpentry and Building: A General Reference Work by American Technical Society (1909)
"If the cornice A is of stone, the stone cutter cuts a raggle into the top of the ... Then, being careful that there is no water or moisture in the raggle B, ..."

2. Sheet-metal Work: A Manual of Practical Self-instruction in the Art of by William Neubecker, American Technical Society (1917)
"If the cornice A is of stone, the stone cutter cuts a raggle into the top of the ... Then, being careful that there is no water or moisture in the raggle B, ..."

3. Cyclopedia of Drawing by Alfred E Zapf, Ill American School (Chicago (1906)
"If the cornice A is of stone, the stone cutter cuts a raggle into the top of the ... Then, being careful that there is no water or moisture in the raggle B, ..."

4. Cyclopedia of Drawing: A General Reference Work on Drawing and Allied by Alfred E Zapf, Ill American School (Chicago (1906)
"If the cornice A is of stone, the stone cutter cuts a raggle into the top of the cornice A as at B, dove-tail in shape, after which the lining abed is put ..."

5. Carpentry and Contracting: A Practical Reference Work on Carpentry, Building by American Technical Society (1919)
"If the cornice A is of stone, the stone cutter cuts a raggle into the top of the ... Then, being careful that there is no water or moisture in the raggle B, ..."

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