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See definition of beveling on Dictionary.com
  • as inincline
  • as inslant
  • as inslope
  • as incant

synonyms for beveling

  • skew
  • tend
  • tilt
  • aim
  • bevel
  • bow
  • cant
  • deviate
  • diverge
  • heel
  • lay
  • level
  • list
  • lower
  • nod
  • point
  • recline
  • slant
  • slope
  • stoop
  • tip
  • train
  • turn
  • veer
  • yaw
  • skew
  • tilt
  • aim
  • bank
  • beam
  • bend
  • bevel
  • cant
  • decline
  • descend
  • deviate
  • diverge
  • grade
  • heel
  • incline
  • lean
  • level
  • list
  • point
  • splay
  • swerve
  • tip
  • train
  • veer
  • lie obliquely

antonyms for beveling

MOST RELEVANT
  • lie
  • neglect
  • stay
  • straighten
  • rise
  • straighten
  • even
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How to use beveling in a sentence

Side notching and beveling of the blade apparently started in this period.
HANDBOOK OF ALABAMA ARCHAEOLOGY: PART I POINT TYPESJAMES W. CAMBRON
Notching and beveling seems to reach a climax on larger points in the early Archaic period.
HANDBOOK OF ALABAMA ARCHAEOLOGY: PART I POINT TYPESJAMES W. CAMBRON
The retouch that produces the beveling also produces fine serrations on some examples.
HANDBOOK OF ALABAMA ARCHAEOLOGY: PART I POINT TYPESJAMES W. CAMBRON
Retouch along the blade edges often resulted in serrations and/or beveling.
HANDBOOK OF ALABAMA ARCHAEOLOGY: PART I POINT TYPESJAMES W. CAMBRON
Sometimes longer, more even flakes were removed in beveling one edge of each face.
HANDBOOK OF ALABAMA ARCHAEOLOGY: PART I POINT TYPESJAMES W. CAMBRON
The shoulder barbs are weak, and are usually the result of beveling of the blade.
HANDBOOK OF ALABAMA ARCHAEOLOGY: PART I POINT TYPESJAMES W. CAMBRON
Start to work on the four posts by squaring them up to the proper length in pairs and beveling the tops as shown.
MISSION FURNITUREH. H. WINDSOR
The feet can be made first by squaring up one end of each and beveling the other as shown in the drawing.
MISSION FURNITUREH. H. WINDSOR
How many centuries of cutting and gouging, beveling and grooving were required to accomplish this, who can tell?
THE LAKE OF THE SKYGEORGE WHARTON JAMES
A beveled joint is made by beveling the members so that the plane of the joint bisects the angle at which the members meet.
HANDWORK IN WOODWILLIAM NOYES
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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