Definition of Putlogs

1. Noun. (plural of putlog) ¹



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Definition of Putlogs

1. putlog [n] - See also: putlog

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Putlogs

putchocks
putchuk
putchuks
putdown
putdownable
putdowns
puteal
puteals
puteli
putelis
puters
putid
putlock
putlocks
putlog
putlogs (current term)
putoff
putoffs
putois
puton
putonghua
putonghuas
putons
putoranite
putour
putours
putout
putouts
putredinous
putrefacient

Literary usage of Putlogs

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1. A Treatise on Safety Engineering as Applied to Scaffolds by Travelers Insurance Companies (1915)
"In Great Britain and in continental Europe it is customary- to lash the putlogs to the ledgers with metal cord or small rope, or to fasten them with clamps; ..."

2. A Treatise on Safety Engineering as Applied to Scaffolds by Travelers Insurance Companies (1915)
"In Great Britain and in continental Europe it is customary to lash the putlogs to the ledgers with metal cord or small rope, or to fasten them with clamps; ..."

3. A Descriptive Dictionary of British Malaya by Nicholas Belfield Dennys (1894)
"The natives use it instead of oakum for caulking the seams of their boats. The wood is used as poles and putlogs for scaffolding, the construction of ..."

4. Notes on Building Construction: Arranged to Meet the Requirements of the by Percy Guillemard Llewellin] [Smith (1891)
"The putlogs are from 4 to 6 feet apart, according to the strength of the ... Three or four scaffold-boards are laid across the putlogs; on these the ..."

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