from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An iron plate with slots planed in it having the section of an inverted T so as to receive bolt-heads.
- n. A T-shaped rest, used by tinsmiths and other metal-workers.
- n. An angle-iron having a flat flange and a web, and in section resembling the letter T. Also written tee-iron.
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