sypher

sy·pher

 (sī′fər)
tr.v. sy·phered, sy·pher·ing, sy·phers
To overlap and even (chamfered or beveled plank edges) so that they form a flush surface.

[Alteration of cipher, to chamfer away.]

sypher

(ˈsaɪfə)
vb
(Building) (tr) to lap (a chamfered edge of one plank over that of another) in order to form a flush surface
[C19: variant of cipher]
ˈsyphering n

sypher


Past participle: syphered
Gerund: syphering

Imperative
sypher
sypher
Present
I sypher
you sypher
he/she/it syphers
we sypher
you sypher
they sypher
Preterite
I syphered
you syphered
he/she/it syphered
we syphered
you syphered
they syphered
Present Continuous
I am syphering
you are syphering
he/she/it is syphering
we are syphering
you are syphering
they are syphering
Present Perfect
I have syphered
you have syphered
he/she/it has syphered
we have syphered
you have syphered
they have syphered
Past Continuous
I was syphering
you were syphering
he/she/it was syphering
we were syphering
you were syphering
they were syphering
Past Perfect
I had syphered
you had syphered
he/she/it had syphered
we had syphered
you had syphered
they had syphered
Future
I will sypher
you will sypher
he/she/it will sypher
we will sypher
you will sypher
they will sypher
Future Perfect
I will have syphered
you will have syphered
he/she/it will have syphered
we will have syphered
you will have syphered
they will have syphered
Future Continuous
I will be syphering
you will be syphering
he/she/it will be syphering
we will be syphering
you will be syphering
they will be syphering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been syphering
you have been syphering
he/she/it has been syphering
we have been syphering
you have been syphering
they have been syphering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been syphering
you will have been syphering
he/she/it will have been syphering
we will have been syphering
you will have been syphering
they will have been syphering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been syphering
you had been syphering
he/she/it had been syphering
we had been syphering
you had been syphering
they had been syphering
Conditional
I would sypher
you would sypher
he/she/it would sypher
we would sypher
you would sypher
they would sypher
Past Conditional
I would have syphered
you would have syphered
he/she/it would have syphered
we would have syphered
you would have syphered
they would have syphered
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