Synonyms for socketed
- curved inward
Antonyms for socketed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SOCKETED
The half-caste peaked and socketed his oar, and looked at the officer.
The stave here is socketed and the pin turned to a smaller diameter.
Socketed bronze hammers resembling the Irish examples are fairly common in England and on the Continent.
Two remarkably fine specimens of this type were found in 1912 with a socketed spear-head at Tempo, County Fermanagh.
Tyrone, about 1882, and consisted of seven blocks of sandstone for casting tanged and socketed spear-heads.
Socketed bronze celt, bronze fibula, bronze ring, and disk-headed Bronze-Age pin.
Socketed bronze sickles have been found fairly frequently in different parts of Ireland.
A socketed bronze celt and gold ring-money found together near Belfast.
It was a sun-dial, its vine-clad disk cut of gray polished stone in which its metal tongue was socketed.
The other is a singular form of socketed spear, differing from any example I have met with elsewhere.
c.1300, "spearhead" (originally one shaped like a plowshare), from Anglo-French soket "spearhead, plowshare" (mid-13c.), diminutive of Old French soc "plowshare," from Vulgar Latin *soccus, perhaps from a Gaulish source, from Celtic *sukko- (cf. Welsh swch "plowshare," Middle Irish soc "plowshare"), properly "hog's snout," from PIE *su- "pig" (cf. Latin sus "swine;" see sow (n.) "female pig").
Meaning "hollow part or piece for receiving and holding something" first recorded early 15c.; anatomical sense is from c.1600; domestic electrical sense first recorded 1885. Socket wrench is attested from 1837. The verb is 1530s, from the noun. Related: Socketed; socketing.