Synonyms for binder

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The most widely used method is to mix clay or other binder with the sand.

This is especially necessary when the binder is of inferior quality.

The table, the press, the binder were each in their proper place.

So, here's Binder and a neatly wrapped-up package of a folktale of the future.

When sending a book to the binder, definite instructions should always be enclosed.

And by what College of Cardinals is this our God's-vicar, our binder and looser, elected?

The tall copy is the result of careful cutting by the binder, or of no cutting at all.

Books should never be used when fresh from the binder's hands.

In America a binder is generally used for cutting the stalks.

This is cut with the reaper and binder just after the wheat plant has flowered.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English bindere "one who binds" (see bind). Of various objects or products that bind, from early 16c.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BINDER

cement

noungluing, binding material
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