from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A plane with V-shaped notches or serrations in its edge, used in scoring the under surface of a veneer or other wood surface to form grooves within which the glue shall be received when the surfaces are glued and pressed together, or when cloth is to be fastened to the surface of the wood; a toothing-plane.


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