Definition of Linkwork

1. n. A fabric consisting of links made of metal or other material fastened together; also, a chain.



Definition of Linkwork

1. Noun. A fabric made from linked pieces of metal ¹

2. Noun. A mechanism of linked components ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Linkwork

1. something composed of interlocking rings [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Linkwork

linkmen
linkrot
links
linksland
linkslands
linksman
linksmen
linkspam
linkster
linksters
linkt
linkup
linkups
linkway
linkways
linkwork (current term)
linkworks
linky
linn
linnaea borealis
linnaean system of nomenclature
linnaeite
linnaeites
linne
linned
linnet
linnets
linney
linneys

Literary usage of Linkwork

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1. Elementary Mechanism: A Textbook for Students of Mechanical Engineering by Arthur Tannatt Woods, Albert W. Stahl (1893)
"As has been shown by the general definition (Art. 22), linkwork derives its name ... Classification of linkwork linkwork is used, I. To transform circular ..."

2. Nature by Norman Lockyer (1877)
"... the link structure is called a " linkwork : " a "linkwork" in which the motion of every point is in some definite path being, as before stated, ..."

3. A Manual of Machinery and Millwork by William John Macquorn Rankine (1893)
"The only other elementary combination by linkwork which belongs to Willis'.s Class B is that in ... At a given instant let v1 be the velocity 184. linkwork ..."

4. Catalogue of the Special Loan Collection of Scientific Apparatus at the by South Kensington Museum (1876)
"Elliptic linkwork (Nehrlich), 3rd form, inverted. . Triangle motion, inverted, by Reuleaux. '• Elliptic linkwork (Nehrlich), 3rd form, inverted. ..."

5. The Elements of Mechanism by Thomas Minchin Goodeve (1897)
"In the present treatise the term ' linkwork' is applied to combinations of ... The crank and connecting rod is an example of linkwork, but the present ..."

6. A Mechanical Text-book: Or, Introduction to the Study of Mechanics by William John Macquorn Rankine, Edward Fisher Bamber (1900)
"linkwork. 171. Definitions. — The pieces which are connected by linkwork, if they rotate or oscillate, are usually called cranks, beams, and fevers. ..."

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