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Weld

Pronunciation of Weld
/wˈɛld/, /wˈɛld/, /w_ˈɛ_l_d/

Synonyms for weld

fastener (noun)

agent, anchor, band, belt, binder, binding, bolt, bond, bonding, brace, bracket, brad, braid, buckle, button, catch, cement, chain, cinch, cincture, clamp, clasp, cleat, clinch, clip, closure, connector, cotter, coupling, fastener, fastening, fuse, glue, go-between, grapnel, guy, hasp, hawser, hinge, hitch, hook, knitting, knot, lace, latch, ligament, link, lock, mediator, medium, middleman, mucilage, nail, paste, pin, rabbet, rivet, seal, skewer, snap, spike, splice, staple, stay, stitch, strap, string, suture, tack, thread, tie, twine, vise, zipper, Vinculum.

bind, connect (verb)

bond, braze, cement, combine, fix, fuse, join, link, solder, unite.

fasten (verb)

baste, bind, connect, couple, fasten, knit, lash, plait, sew, tether, weave, zip.

Reseda luteola

Reseda Luteola.

Sense 1

join, vulcanize.

Sense 3

assemble.

theodore dwight weld

Theodore Dwight Weld.

Usage examples for weld

  1. When Chug Scaritt first met the Weld girl she was standing out in the middle of the country road at ten- thirty P. M., her arms outstretched and the blood running down one cheek. – Half Portions by Edna Ferber
  2. 1918. Weld, Louis D. H. The Marketing of Farm Products. – Problems in American Democracy by Thames Ross Williamson
  3. Heat is the principal agent in inducing cohesion, as well as in relaxing its energy; for by means of it you can weld the hardest as well as the softest substances into one, and two pieces of iron together, no less than two pieces of wax. – Lectures on Popular and Scientific Subjects by John Sutherland Sinclair, Earl of Caithness

Idioms for weld

  1. weld together;
  2. weld ( sth and sth else) together;
  3. weld ( sm and sm else) together;

Rhymes for weld

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