a.1.Having a feather-edge; also, having one edge thinner than the other, as a board; - in the United States, said only of stuff one edge of which is made as thin as practicable.
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I began to occupy my house on the 4th of July, as soon as it was boarded and roofed, for the boards were carefully feather-edged and lapped, so that it was perfectly impervious to rain, but before boarding I laid the foundation of a chimney at one end, bringing two cartloads of stones up the hill from the pond in my arms.
The flexible components conform completely to the shape of the tire, and during the cure the filler rubber is totally encased by the airbag, eliminating the rubber migration and leaving a feather-edged finish.
Reactive glazes, a staple for some dinnerware manufacturers, have become the go-to look for many more, and techniques have evolved to produce drip-like effects or feather-edged, crystallized designs that enhance the homemade look.
Wearing a shimmering yellow feather-edged gown, Dame Shirley couldn't avoid the rain either but despite the downpour, she kept on singing with a big smile on her face, much to her fans' delight.
In total 111 planks were stolen - it was feather-edged timber which had been treated especially for all weathers.
Another neighbour, who also wished to remain anonymous, said that eight 5ft feather-edged fencing panels had been taken from the house where the cleaner was working on Saturday night.
Inject energy into evergreen planting schemes with ivory-white tulips such as the classic feather-edged White Parrot, long- stemmed lily-like tulip White Triumphator and elegant Spring Green that slightly feathered petals each with a bright green central band.