fastener

[ fas-uh-ner, fah-suh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF fastener

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The second was a fastener to keep shoe-strings from untying.

The use of each plate is determined by the type of fastener.

My hat had gone, and my collar had burst away from its fastener.

In this case no improvement has been made in the English fastener.

Adjust the orbit to them as in nature, and that requires no other fastener.

It paused before the door, and in another instant a wary hand was at work upon the fastener.

A fastener, to be a success, must make a noise in closing; it becomes the signal to the mind that the work is properly done.

He rushed forward and seized it in his grasp so violently that he knocked it down with its fastener.

The document is actually a dark brown heavy folder with an Acco fastener.

This fastener possesses several advantages over one that is permanently attached to the heel.

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