Definition of Toenailing

1. Verb. (present participle of toenail) ¹



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Definition of Toenailing

1. toenail [v] - See also: toenail

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toenailing

toecaps
toeclip
toeclips
toed
toehold
toeholds
toeier
toeiest
toeing
toejob
toejobs
toeless
toelike
toenailed
toenailing (current term)
toenails
toepiece
toepieces
toeplate
toeplates
toepoke
toepokes
toeprint
toeprinting
toeprints
toerag
toerags
toes
toes-up

Literary usage of Toenailing

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1. Elements of Construction by Charles Albert King (1911)
"13, it is called " toenailing," and when driven sufficiently to hold, but not driven home, as at b, they are said to be " tacked." Nails are driven this way ..."

2. Structural Design by Horace Richmond Thayer (1912)
"The strut is then held in place by toenailing or drift bolts. (c) Bolting on an additional piece as shown in Fig. 265. FIG. i6s. FIG. 261. FIG. 261*. FIG. ..."

3. Structural Design by Horace Richmond Thayer (1912)
"(b) toenailing (nailing on side) . (c) Hangers. Two representatives of one type are shown in Fig. 25c and d. (a) is expensive and weak, (b) is cheap and ..."

4. Farm Shop Work: Practical Manual Training by George Marshall Brace, Dexter Dwight Mayne (1915)
"Spike the uprights to these pieces by toenailing them from both sides. To the middle of the double crosspiece c fasten the bar e with a carriage bolt f " X ..."

5. Farm Woodwork by Louis Michael Roehl (1919)
"... braces as they butt against the legs between the horizontal braces. They should be fastened by toenailing with two 8d finishing- nails from each side. ..."

6. ...Elements of Woodwork by Charles Albert King (1911)
"37, it is called " toenailing," and when driven sufficiently to hold, but not driven home, as at b, they are said to be "tacked." Nails are driven this way ..."

7. ...Elements of Woodwork by Charles Albert King (1911)
"37, it is called " toenailing," and when driven sufficiently to hold, but not driven home, as at b, they are said to be "tacked." Nails are driven this way ..."

8. Reinforced Concrete: A Manual of Practice by Ernest McCullough (1908)
"In the illustration the braces are bevelled where they rest against the studs and are supposed to be fastened by "toenailing." This is very poor as the full ..."

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