2. Verb. (past of tenon) ¹
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Definition of Tenoned
1. tenon [v] - See also: tenon
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Literary usage of Tenoned
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1. Reports of Cases Arising Upon Letters Patent for Inventions: Determined in by Samuel Sparks Fisher (1874)
"That this suggestion gives the ordinary meaning of the term " tenoned. ... But let it be assumed that in mechanics the word " tenoned" imports not merely ..."
2. Reports of Cases Arising Upon Letters Patent for Inventions: Determined in by Samuel Sparks Fisher (1874)
"The second claim of said reissued patent, namely, "A carriage-wheel constructed with a mortised wooden hub, with tenoned spokes, ..."
3. Street Car Building (Stephenson Practice). by Charles Henry Davis (1901)
"199 ner-po*t Fach having : — tenoned into the end mortises of ventilator pl ... i о i " 1 î н » £ (л) -pins ge-S For inside orn F.ach having : tenoned in") ..."
4. A Treatise on Carriages: Comprehending Coaches, Chariots, Phaetons by William Felton, coachmaker William Felton (1794)
"C, The fore pillar, tenoned in the bottom side, and lapped in the elbow rails. ... F, The back rail, tenoned in the corner pillar, and lapped on the elbow ..."
5. A Treatise on the Law of Patents for Useful Inventions: As Enacted and by George Ticknor Curtis (1873)
"It does not follow that the plaintiff's combination of flanged collars with tenoned spokes is old; and the question discussed is, whether, ..."
6. Indoors and Out: The Homebuilders' Magazine (1905)
"Into this were tenoned stiff angle pieces, and on the top of this the head was run from post to post. The intermediate posts Plan and Elevation of a Typical ..."
7. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"Sashes are got out lie common framing ; the parts are tried up, set out, and mortised and tenoned, exactly in the same manner, allowance being made iu the ..."