Definition of Tiebacks

1. Noun. (plural of tieback) ¹



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Definition of Tiebacks

1. tieback [n] - See also: tieback

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tiebacks

tie in
tie ins
tie one on
tie rack
tie receptor tyrosine kinase
tie rod
tie someone's hands
tie tack
tie tacks
tie the knot
tie up
tie up loose ends
tie wrap
tieback
tieback wall
tiebacks (current term)
tiebar
tiebars
tiebeam
tiebeams
tiebreak
tiebreaker
tiebreakers
tiebreaking
tiebreaks
tieclasp
tieclasps
tied
tied(p)
tied back

Literary usage of Tiebacks

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1. Safety and Health Requirements Manual: U. S. Army Corps of Engineers edited by Robert H. Griffin (1999)
"Outrigger beams shall be secured by tiebacks equivalent in strength to the suspension ropes: tiebacks shall be secured to a structurally sound portion of ..."

2. Punchby Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1879)
"... Tight tiebacks, tighter stays. Of her silly, simpering ways, Of the slang that stands for And I am weary, weary. Of that hollow little laugh, humour, ..."

3. Studies in Invalid Occupation: A Manual for Nurses and Attendants by Susan Edith Tracy (1910)
"These chains made of white cord serve as curtain tiebacks, etc. Next a loop of cord is slipped over the child's left thumb, the cord being held in the ..."

4. Studies in Invalid Occupation: A Manual for Nurses and Attendants by Susan Edith Tracy (1910)
"These chains made of white cord serve as curtain tiebacks, etc. Next a loop of cord is slipped over the child's left thumb, the cord being held in the ..."

5. Studies in Invalid Occupation: A Manual for Nurses and Attendants by Susan Edith Tracy (1910)
"These chains made of white cord serve as curtain tiebacks, etc. Next a loop of cord is slipped over the child's left thumb, the cord being held in the ..."

6. Studies in Invalid Occupation: A Manual for Nurses and Attendants by Susan Edith Tracy (1910)
"These chains made of white cord serve as curtain tiebacks, etc. Next a loop of cord is slipped over the child's left thumb, the cord being held in the ..."

7. Studies in Invalid Occupation: A Manual for Nurses and Attendants by Susan Edith Tracy (1910)
"These chains made of white cord serve as curtain tiebacks, etc. Next a loop of cord is slipped over the child's left thumb, the cord being held in the ..."

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