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underfelt

(ˈʌndəˌfɛlt)
n
(Textiles) thick felt laid between floorboards and carpet to increase insulation and resilience
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Noun1.underfelt - a carpet pad of thick felt
carpet pad, rug pad, underlay, underlayment - a pad placed under a carpet
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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underfelt

[ˈʌndəfelt] Narpillera f
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No seatbelts - my elder brother Leonard, younger brother Brian and I were protected from being buffeted about by a roll of underfelt.
roof recovering including renewal of tiles, underfelt and timber battens; renewal of all associated lead flashings and soakers; renewal of all gutters and rain water pipes; renewal of all fascias, soffits and undercloaks; renewal of insulating material with new material to be not less than 300 mm in depth.
"As the underfelt burnt away, the roof structure rapidly weakened and collapsed venting fire and hot gases through the roof," the report says.
They roost visibly in open spaces, hanging from roof beams or underfelt.
It's arguably the best racecourse site, with much news and info for both rickety habituees of the turf and inquisitive young enthusiasts, a thick underfelt of history and background info, and a great browsable feel.
"So carpet underfelt from these bags is definitely potentially dangerous," News.com.au quoted Musk as having told ABC's 7.30 Report.
But even if Simon Burt's "Bottle Universe" is both overdesigned and underfelt, Sue Dunderdale's production merits attention for the work of young performer Jessica Harris in her sophomore acting stint.