Fillister



[fil-uh-ster] /ˈfɪl ə stər/

noun, Carpentry.
1.
a rabbet or groove, as one on a window sash to hold the glass and putty.
2.
Also called fillister plane. a plane for cutting rabbets or grooves.
/ˈfɪlɪstə/
noun
1.
Also called fillister plane. an adjustable plane for cutting rabbets, grooves, etc
2.
Also called sash fillister. a rabbet or groove, esp one in a window sash bar for a pane of glass

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