Definition of Corrugated fastener

1. Noun. A small strip of corrugated steel with sharp points on one side; hammered across wood joints in rough carpentry.

Exact synonyms: Wiggle Nail
Generic synonyms: Fastener, Fastening, Fixing, Holdfast



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corrugated Fastener

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corrugated fastener (current term)
corrugated iron
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corrugator cutis muscle of anus
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Literary usage of Corrugated fastener

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1. Boxes for the Protection of Books: Their Design & Constructionedited by Lage Carlson edited by Lage Carlson (1998)
"... International 8000-H Forbes Place Springfield, VA 22151 1-800-634-6932 Board .020" and .060" and E-Flute corrugated Fastener Supply ..."

2. Home Energy Projects: An Energy Conservation Guide for Do-It-Yourselfers by DIANE Publishing Company, Jeffrey S. Tiller (1996)
"Drive two 1 1/2-inch brads through the edge into each corner joint to ensure a solid connection. corrugated fastener ..."

3. Modern Shop Practice: A General Reference Work by Howard Monroe Raymond, American Technical Society (1917)
"Some device should always be used at the ends of stock glued in this manner to assist in making a firm joint. The nx'tal corrugated fastener is best suited ..."

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