rivet[ riv-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF rivet
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He struck the rivet such a blow that he snapped one shank of his spur short off.
This sight seemed to rivet Florent to the ground with surprise.
We must rivet the attention of the public from the start, he says.
God created him when He drove in one rivet to feel the whole of the ship.
Not a rivet fell, but that its fall was noted—in quintuplicate.
He is reeling off eighteen knots for a gait, or you can use my head for a rivet nut!
And ever and ever as it grew, hissed the rivet and screamed the drill.
We mean for the illustrations—Mr. Rivet said you might put one in.
The lieutenant explained how to rivet the hoof and went away to his own quarters.
The whole might was employed upon the rivet, but all labour was in vain.