from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Material, such as metal or cloth, formed into or used to form sheets.
- n. The act or process of providing with or forming into sheets.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Fabric used to make sheets (bedding).
- n. A lining of planks or boards for protecting an embankment.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Cotton or linen cloth suitable for bed sheets. It is sometimes made of double width.
- n. A lining of planks or boards (rarely of metal) for protecting an embankment.
- n. The act or process of forming into sheets, or flat pieces; also, material made into sheets.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of forming into sheets or arranging in sheets: as, the sheeting of tobacco.
- n. Stout white linen or cotton cloth made wide for bed-sheets: it is sold plain or twilled, and bleached or unbleached.
- n. In hydraulic engineering, a lining of timber to a caisson or coffer-dam, formed of sheet-piles, or piles with planking between; also, any form of sheet-piling used to protect a river-bank.
- n. In milit engin., short pieces of plunk used in conjunction with frames to support the earth forming the top and sides of galleries.
- n. In carpenter-work, same as sheathing: a common term in the United States.
- n. The breaking up of a massive rock into relatively thin, parallel tabulæ united by closely spaced faults or joints.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. fabric from which bed sheets are made
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Then the sheeting is removed and workers install drip-irrigation hoses in the beds, cover the beds with new, clear plastic, and insert the plants through the plastic by hand.
They perhaps consist of a comparatively thin sheeting of snow.
And our master was there, in sheeting flame, slender, casual, imperturbable, with two men -- one of them a murderer -- under him to pass on and enforce his will, and with
SKIING pronounced in Norwegian "sheeting" -- is the great winter sport of the
Klinger's aerospace gaskets are manufactured from proprietary compressed fibre sheeting, which is typically a range of asbestos-free, calendared sealing materials based around a number of fibres and rubber binders.
We want to do the best we can to make sure we've reached and touched as many people as possible, as many families as possible, with plastic sheeting, which is what we are distributing, so that they can take that sheeting and either put it where they are currently staying or take that to where they ultimately plan on moving permanently, and they can use that as a construction material.
A higher grade of sheeting, which is more reflective and more visible, will also be used for the curve warning signs.
In what will become known as "sheeting," those who sign up for Shitterâ „ ¢ will be able to communicate their every thought, feeling, and emotion while on the can.
South African authorities say shadowy syndicates are to blame, paying thieves to steal copper cable and other metal items such as sheeting, grids, ladders, water meters, taps and manhole covers.
In this one you will see the electric fixtures wrapped in heavy lead foil, the kind of sheeting that is used in packages of tea.