EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GASKET
The lips of this gasket are tapered, with the narrow edge up.
The nut is then turned down on the post to force the cover on the gasket.
For a second the old boy stares at me like he was goin' to blow a gasket.
Before they could get the gasket off, I had to port the helm to prevent striking the other steamer.
This gasket forms an elastic packing which prevents leakage.
He recognized you and Gasket when Burthen was killed, in spite of your beard.
Otherwise she is going to blow out a gasket some day, when you least expect it.
The diaphragm between the wood and the tin acts as a gasket, and makes an air-tight joint.
Gasket—A short piece of rope used to tie up sails with, frequently called a stop.
We adjusted the gasket, replaced the heavy cylinder head, and began bolting it down, both silent for some minutes.