Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Grooved; furrowed; figuratively, wrinkled.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of chamfer.
“It consists of a steel blade, having the form of a wedge at the end and being slightly hollow-chamfered, which is joined with a handle.”
“Mind you – I did once write up a polcol where the lass had changed her own tyre and put all 5 nuts on the wrong way – you know, with the chamfered end out!”
“Note the vertical surfaces at the wheel arches and the crisp defining light lines around the cabin's greenhouse, as well as the chamfered hood line.”
“Two backlit benches line the wall beneath a gently vaulted ceiling; lights somehow embedded in a door with chamfered edges cast a glow.”
“Post sharpener - puts a chamfered end on wooden posts.”
“Nowhere has he been more successful at confounding expectations — in a good way — than in the main theater, where the digital-like wire grid motif takes on folds, crimps and chamfered edges, making the truly blue space feel comfortably snug although being inside a quilted Chanel bag also comes to mind and ready-made for at least a double feature.”
“Suppose the chamfered (is that the word?) edges help.”
“Set on a chamfered street corner, the hostel is spread over six floors a grand mansion and consequently never feels cramped.”
“The purity of its form – a chamfered diamond like structure – will be a timeless, elegant landmark in the centre of Bucharest.”
“The chamfered diamond shape tapers from the centre towards the top and the bottom.”
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From Notre Dame de Paris by good ole Victor Hugo. (Also called The Hunchback of Notre Dame.)
For those who wish no words were ever forgotten
If you read this in order from top to bottom, the word progression suggests the "lifespan" of a 300-year-old house in Pennsylvania.
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