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synonyms for lathed

  • construct
  • enclose
  • erect
  • fabricate
  • mold
  • assemble
  • back
  • border
  • constitute
  • encase
  • fashion
  • forge
  • form
  • institute
  • invent
  • lath
  • make
  • manufacture
  • mat
  • model
  • mount
  • panel
  • produce
  • raise
  • shingle
  • put together
  • set up
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antonyms for lathed

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  • break
  • demolish
  • destroy
  • dismantle
  • raze
  • ruin
  • decrease
  • deny
  • discourage
  • dissuade
  • drop
  • halt
  • neglect
  • prevent
  • refuse
  • stop
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How to use lathed in a sentence

At times the logs are clapboarded without, and are all lathed and plastered within.
OVER THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS TO ALASKACHARLES WARREN STODDARD
Entire ceiling to be lathed with high-rib metal lath securely nailed directly to ceiling joists.
THE FAIRFAX COUNTY COURTHOUSEROSS D. NETHERTON
The Count turned towards him, his face lathed in tears, and threw his arms round his neck.
THE ADVENTURERSGUSTAVE AIMARD
Then it is plumbed and stay-lathed, and another is put together and raised in the same way, till they are all up.
IN THE CATSKILLSJOHN BURROUGHS
At last the tenons slip home and the first bent is stay-lathed in place.
IN PASTURES GREENPETER MCARTHUR
This thing was designed in a virtual wind-tunnel and machine-lathed.
MAKERSCORY DOCTOROW
As this house is not to be lathed and plastered, it is not essential that the studding should be at any exact distance apart.
WOODWORKING FOR BEGINNERSCHARLES GARDNER WHEELER
The home consisted of one large room, not yet lathed and plastered.
EIGHTY YEARS AND MORE; REMINISCENCES 1815-1897ELIZABETH CADY STANTON
It was lathed and plastered, and no air admitted, except what might come through the floor.
MYSTERIES OF BEE-KEEPING EXPLAINEDM. QUINBY
They found a side doorway of one structure wide open, and stepped into a lathed but unplastered hallway.
THE MYSTERY AT PUTNAM HALLARTHUR M. WINFIELD
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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