from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A trade-name of a cement used to unite surfaces of paper, cloth, leather, etc.
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He spent the afternoon in his room threading minute cords through little blocks upon the yards and securing them with tiny dabs of seccotine.
Useless; to attempt to sculpture in seccotine would have been a simpler task.
Miss Hampson removed the moustache from Venus as if she were apologizing to that deity for sacrilege, and, with her own handkerchief, wiped away from the lovely lip the seccotine which had attached the masculine appendage to the
You try a bit, gently, and the flesh gives way like rotten fruit, and the bone like a cup you've broken and stuck together without any seccotine, and you heave up a body with half a head on it.
"I really didn't do them any damage; even the seccotine was easily sponged off Venus.