Definition of Cleated

1. Verb. (past of cleat) ¹



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Definition of Cleated

1. cleat [v] - See also: cleat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cleated

clearstarchers
clearstarches
clearstarching
clearstories
clearstory
cleartext
cleartexts
clearway
clearways
clearweed
clearweeds
clearwing
clearwings
cleary
cleat
cleated (current term)
cleating
cleats
cleavable
cleavage
cleavage cavity
cleavage cell
cleavage division
cleavage furrows
cleavage lines
cleavage product
cleavage site
cleavage spindle
cleavages

Literary usage of Cleated

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1. A Treatise on the Inspection of Concrete Construction: Containing Practical by Jerome Cochran (1913)
"The sides of beams and girders can be made up of two planks or whatever number is required to make the depth, and these be battened or cleated together so ..."

2. Twentieth Century Manual of Railway Station Service: Freight, Baggage and by Frederic Louis Meyer (1911)
"Before loading an empty car see that the end doors are cleated or securely fastened on the ... Doors may be cleated open on shipper's request and risk. ..."

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