Bevel siding



siding composed of tapered pieces, as clapboards, laid with the thicker lower edge of any piece overlapping the thinner upper edge of the piece below it.

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  • Bevel square

    an adjustable tool used by woodworkers for laying out angles and for testing the accuracy of surfaces worked to a slope. Historical Examples Carpentry for Boys J. S. Zerbe Mission Furniture H. H. Windsor Mission Furniture H. H. Windsor noun a woodworker’s square with an adjustable arm that can be set to mark out an […]

  • Beveled

    the inclination that one line or surface makes with another when not at right angles. a surface that does not form a right angle with adjacent surfaces. Compare chamfer. (of a lock bolt) the oblique end that hits the strike plate. (of a lock with a beveled bolt) the side facing in the same direction […]



  • Beveling

    the inclination that one line or surface makes with another when not at right angles. a surface that does not form a right angle with adjacent surfaces. Compare chamfer. (of a lock bolt) the oblique end that hits the strike plate. (of a lock with a beveled bolt) the side facing in the same direction […]

  • Beveller

    the inclination that one line or surface makes with another when not at right angles. a surface that does not form a right angle with adjacent surfaces. Compare chamfer. (of a lock bolt) the oblique end that hits the strike plate. (of a lock with a beveled bolt) the side facing in the same direction […]



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