Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act or process of forming a seam or joint.
  • noun (Fishing) The cord or rope at the margin of a seine, to which the meshes of the net are attached.
  • noun a machine for uniting the edges of sheet-metal plates by bending them and pinching them together.

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  • verb Present participle of seam.
  • noun The act or process of forming a seam or joint.
  • noun fishing The cord or rope at the margin of a seine, to which the meshes of the net are attached.

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Examples

  • The fourth string to Tasmania's pace attack, Brendan Drew, then dismissed Glen Batticciotto, who played onto his stumps for one to have the Bulls reeling by lunch on a pitch best described as seaming and green.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • The fourth string to Tasmania's pace attack, Brendan Drew, then dismissed Glen Batticciotto, who played onto his stumps for one to have the Bulls reeling by lunch on a pitch best described as seaming and green.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • If sheet metals to be joint with each other are turned up or flanged, this procedure is called "seaming".

    5. Bending Techniques

  • His second ball is a gem, full and seaming away past the edge of Martin Guptill.

    Australia v New Zealand - live! | Rob Smyth

  • I have wendy's "custom knits" book -- I think it is worth it just for the instructions on seamless, short-row cap-sleeves -- I had never seen that anywhere, and one things I do hate is the seaming of sleeve caps.

    Jean's Knitting

  • Of course, sheer pace is still terrifying in every format; England's current success has been built around a collection of fast bowlers from a country where green, seaming playing surfaces often shape bowlers who rely more on swing than speed.

    The Rise of the Slower Guy

  • A master of clean silhouettes created by meticulous construction based on corsetry, Rodriguez uses intricate seaming that defines the body (as did Beene).

    Designers’ Designers

  • Recently, Livingston and brewmaster Michael LaCharite examined their canning machine, capable of filling and seaming 30 cans a minute, the day before canning was to commence.

    Cans Take Hold In American Craft Breweries

  • Thanks to his ingenious cutting and seaming, his dresses became lighter and lighter, purer and purer.

    Designers’ Designers

  • The modern version features strategic back seaming, like the fitted dresses from New York designer Narciso Rodriguez.

    Shape Shifters

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