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verb as in lap

verb as in overlap


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Fortunately, there’s no gust on planet Earth that could blow GAF’s latest generation of industry-leading shingles away.

GAF’s Timberline HDZ shingles—the first offering to feature the LayerLock system—held fast even when a research facility blasted them with winds as fast as 153 mph, or the equivalent of a Category 4 hurricane.

“We underestimated the motivation of the public to protect themselves from shingles, and my hope is that if we prepare the public appropriately, they will be very motivated to protect themselves from covid-19,” she said.

Instead of relying on only nails and adhesive, the company’s LayerLock technology strengthens the shingles from the get-go.

Around Urbana-Champaign, the home of the University of Illinois, school district officials say children and adolescents lay shingles, wash dishes and paint off-campus university apartments.

The shingled old house offered blank windows to the road, like so many sightless eyes.

A gabled shingled roof was commonly used; wherever they could be afforded, dormer windows were added.

Just behind the barn he built me a lean-to shed, 253 about seventy-five feet long, open toward the east, and shingled rainproof.

He sleeps at night with his nose against th' shingled roof iv his little frame home an' dhreams iv cinch bugs.

The furnaces have a mid-rib dividing the product into two balls of 10 cwt., which are shingled under a 10-ton hammer.

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On this page you'll find 131 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to shingled, such as: cover, enfold, envelop, fold, imbricate, and overlie.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.