Definition of Gluing present participle of glue | The act of attaching something with glue. | (topology) A connection between the edges of two planes, or between the points at the ends of two lines.
How to use Gluing in Sentence?
- 1. Six of these hatches can be made by merely gluing a square piece of 1/4-inch wood to the deck. 🔊
- 2. But Dave Harney, who had not come by mistake, avoided gluing himself to the first chair. 🔊
- 3. Before gluing beams in, three coats of good varnish must be applied to the inside of shell. 🔊
- 4. When gluing together joints or tenons, always wipe off the surplus glue with warm water taken from the glue pot. 🔊
- 5. If this becomes beaten down hard, it is well to cap the hammer with a new soft piece of buckskin, gluing only at the back ends. 🔊
- 6. It will also facilitate gluing up, as it will allow the superfluous glue to be squeezed out, and also decrease the breadth of the joint. 🔊
- 7. The two doors and window on the side of the cabin are made by cutting out small pieces of cigar-box wood and gluing them to the cabin and engine-room. 🔊
- 8. Before gluing these four layers on to the hull proper, they should be held in position by means of the spokes, in which position they can be sawed to shape for the keel pattern. 🔊
- 9. That this piece of furniture had not been recently placed there was made evident, by the damp dust gluing it to the wall, and the host of spiders which ran from their webs when it was removed. 🔊
- 10. If a leak is found in the air boards, such as a crack or split, it can be stopped permanently by gluing a piece of bellows cloth or any good rubber cloth over the split. 🔊