fettle definition

  • noun:
    • Proper or sound problem.
    • Mental or emotional condition; spirits: was at good fettle.
    • Metallurgy Loose sand or ore used to line the hearth of a reverberatory furnace in preparation for pouring molten material.
    • circumstances of appropriate health; kilter or trim.
    • a person's mental state; spirits.
    • Sand familiar with line a furnace.
    • your mood or state, frequently assuming the worst.
    • a seam range kept by the conference of mildew pieces.
    • The act of fettling.
    • The work of fettling.
    • their state of being prepared, or in good restoration or problem: because, he is in splendid fettle to-day.
    • A handle in side of a sizable basket.
    • a state of fitness and a healthy body
    • Proper or sound condition.
    • Mental or mental state; spirits: was at good fettle.
    • Metallurgy Loose sand or ore familiar with line the hearth of a reverberatory furnace in preparation for pouring molten steel.
    • a situation of appropriate shape; kilter or trim.
    • an individual's mental state; spirits.
    • Sand familiar with line a furnace.
    • right or sound condition.
    • Mental or psychological state; spirits: was in good fettle.
    • Metallurgy Loose sand or ore accustomed line the hearth of a reverberatory furnace when preparing for pouring molten material.
    • right or sound problem.
    • Proper or sound problem.
    • Mental or emotional condition; spirits: was in fine fettle.
    • Mental or psychological condition; spirits: was at good fettle.
    • Metallurgy Loose sand or ore regularly line the hearth of a reverberatory furnace when preparing for pouring molten metal.
    • Metallurgy Loose sand or ore accustomed line the hearth of a reverberatory furnace in preparation for pouring molten metal.
    • an individual's state of mind or state, frequently assuming the worst.
    • right or sound problem.
    • a situation of proper physical condition; kilter or trim.
    • A state of proper shape; kilter or trim.
    • circumstances of proper shape; kilter or trim.
    • a seam line kept by the conference of mildew pieces.
    • your state of mind; spirits.
    • a person's state of mind; spirits.
    • an individual's state of mind; spirits.
    • The work of fettling.
    • Sand accustomed line a furnace.
    • Sand familiar with line a furnace.
    • your mood or condition, often assuming the worst.
    • your mood or state, usually assuming the worst.
    • a seam line remaining because of the conference of mold pieces.
    • a seam range kept by the conference of mildew pieces.
    • Sand regularly line a furnace.
    • Mental or mental state; spirits: was in fine fettle.
    • The work of fettling.
    • The work of fettling.
    • your state of mind or state, usually assuming the worst.
    • Proper or sound condition.
    • Metallurgy Loose sand or ore regularly line the hearth of a reverberatory furnace when preparing for pouring molten steel.
    • Mental or emotional state; spirits: was at fine fettle.
    • a seam line remaining because of the conference of mold pieces.
    • The work of fettling.
    • Metallurgy Loose sand or ore familiar with line the hearth of a reverberatory furnace when preparing for pouring molten metal.
    • a situation of proper physical condition; kilter or trim.
    • an individual's state of mind; spirits.
    • A state of proper physical condition; kilter or trim.
    • The work of fettling.
    • Sand familiar with line a furnace.
    • your feeling or condition, usually presuming the worst.
    • One's state of mind; spirits.
    • a seam line remaining because of the conference of mildew pieces.
    • Sand always line a furnace.
    • The work of fettling.
    • an individual's state of mind or state, frequently assuming the worst.
    • a seam line left because of the conference of mold pieces.
    • The work of fettling.
    • The act of fettling.
    • The act of fettling.
    • The state of being prepared, or perhaps in good fix or problem: because, he could be in splendid fettle to-day.
    • A handle in part of a big container.
    • The work of fettling.
    • hawaii of being prepared, or in great fix or problem: since, he is in splendid fettle to-day.
    • A handle into the side of a sizable basket.
    • a state of fitness and good health
    • The state to be ready, or perhaps in good fix or condition: because, he's in splendid fettle to-day.
    • A handle inside side of a large basket.
    • circumstances of physical fitness and a healthy body
    • The act of fettling.
    • The state to be prepared, or perhaps in good fix or condition: since, he could be in splendid fettle to-day.
    • circumstances of fitness and health
    • hawaii to be ready, or in great fix or problem: since, he's in splendid fettle to-day.
    • A handle inside side of a sizable container.
    • a state of physical fitness and a healthy body
    • A handle in the side of a big container.
    • circumstances of fitness and a healthy body
    • The work of fettling.
    • The state to be ready, or perhaps in good fix or problem: as, he is in splendid fettle to-day.
    • A handle in part of a sizable container.
    • a situation of physical fitness and a healthy body
  • verb-transitive:
    • Metallurgy To line the hearth of (a reverberatory furnace) with free sand or ore in preparation for pouring molten metal.
    • to correct; to get ready; to include purchase.
    • to pay for or line with a mixture of ore, cinders, etc., while the hearth of a puddling furnace.
    • Metallurgy To line the hearth of (a reverberatory furnace) with free sand or ore when preparing for pouring molten metal.
    • Metallurgy To line the hearth of (a reverberatory furnace) with free sand or ore in preparation for pouring molten steel.
    • Metallurgy To line the hearth of (a reverberatory furnace) with loose sand or ore when preparing for pouring molten metal.
    • Metallurgy To line the hearth of (a reverberatory furnace) with free sand or ore in preparation for pouring molten material.
    • to correct; to get ready; to include purchase.
    • Metallurgy To line the hearth of (a reverberatory furnace) with free sand or ore in preparation for pouring molten material.
    • To cover or line with a combination of ore, cinders, etc., whilst the hearth of a puddling furnace.
    • Metallurgy To line the hearth of (a reverberatory furnace) with free sand or ore in preparation for pouring molten material.
    • to correct; to get ready; to set up order.
    • to correct; to prepare; to include purchase.
    • To cover or line with a combination of ore, cinders, etc., whilst the hearth of a puddling furnace.
    • To cover or line with an assortment of ore, cinders, etc., due to the fact hearth of a puddling furnace.
    • to correct; to organize; to put in purchase.
    • To cover or line with an assortment of ore, cinders, etc., due to the fact hearth of a puddling furnace.
    • to fix; to prepare; to put in purchase.
    • to pay for or line with an assortment of ore, cinders, etc., as hearth of a puddling furnace.
    • to fix; to get ready; to put in purchase.
    • To cover or line with a mixture of ore, cinders, etc., whilst the hearth of a puddling furnace.
  • verb:
    • To sort out, to fix, to mend, to fix.
    • To line the hearth of a furnace with sand prior to pouring molten material.
    • to-be upset or perhaps in bad state of mind.
    • In ceramics, to get rid of (as by sanding) the seam outlines remaining by the conference of two molds.
    • to correct or tune a bicycle.
    • (archaic) to organize.
    • remove mold scars or sand from (a casting)
    • To work through, to fix, to fix, to correct.
    • To line the hearth of a furnace with sand prior to pouring molten material.
    • become annoyed or in bad mood.
    • In ceramics, to get rid of (as by sanding) the seam lines left because of the conference of two molds.
    • To sort out, to fix, to fix, to fix.
    • To sort out, to fix, to mend, to repair.
    • To repair or tune a bicycle.
    • (archaic) to organize.
    • To line the hearth of a furnace with sand ahead of pouring molten steel.
    • To line the hearth of a furnace with sand prior to pouring molten steel.
    • become upset or in bad feeling.
    • To be annoyed or in bad state of mind.
    • In ceramics, to eliminate (as by sanding) the seam lines kept because of the conference of two molds.
    • To straighten out, to repair, to mend, to correct.
    • In ceramics, to remove (as by sanding) the seam outlines left by the meeting of two molds.
    • to fix or tune a bicycle.
    • to fix or tune a bicycle.
    • To line the hearth of a furnace with sand ahead of pouring molten metal.
    • become annoyed or perhaps in bad feeling.
    • (archaic) To prepare.
    • (archaic) to get ready.
    • In ceramics, to remove (as by sanding) the seam outlines kept because of the meeting of two molds.
    • to correct or tune a bicycle.
    • (archaic) To prepare.
    • To work through, to repair, to mend, to correct.
    • To line the hearth of a furnace with sand just before pouring molten material.
    • to-be annoyed or in bad feeling.
    • In ceramics, to get rid of (as by sanding) the seam outlines remaining because of the conference of two molds.
    • remove mold markings or sand from (a casting)
    • To sort out, to repair, to fix, to correct.
    • To line the hearth of a furnace with sand ahead of pouring molten steel.
    • remove mold markings or sand from (a casting)
    • becoming upset or perhaps in bad state of mind.
    • In ceramics, to get rid of (as by sanding) the seam lines kept because of the meeting of two molds.
    • To repair or tune a bicycle.
    • (archaic) To prepare.
    • To repair or tune a bicycle.
    • (archaic) To prepare.
    • pull mildew scars or sand from (a casting)
    • pull mildew marks or sand from (a casting)
    • remove mildew markings or sand from (a casting)
    • remove mildew scars or sand from (a casting)
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to produce preparations; to place things to be able; to-do trifling company.
    • In order to make preparations; to place things to be able; doing trifling business.
    • To make preparations; to put things in an effort; doing trifling company.
    • to help make arrangements; to place things in order; to-do trifling business.
    • In order to make preparations; to put things so as; to-do trifling business.
    • to help make arrangements; to put things in an effort; to-do trifling company.
    • which will make preparations; to place things if you wish; to complete trifling business.
  • others:
    • To bind; tie up.
    • to prepare; prepare; put in order; fix; mend.
    • To beat; thrash.
    • Toline(the hearth of a puddling-furnace). See fettling.
    • Fettled ale or porter, ale or porter sweetened with sugar and seasoned with a little ginger and nutmeg.
    • To potter; start in a fussy, pottering way; do trifling business.
    • Neat; tight; useful.
    • To bind; tie-up.
    • to prepare; prepare; added purchase; repair; mend.
    • To beat; thrash.
    • Toline(the hearth of a puddling-furnace). See fettling.
    • To bind; tie up.
    • Fettled ale or porter, ale or porter sweetened with sugar and seasoned with a little ginger and nutmeg.
    • to set up; prepare; devote purchase; fix; mend.
    • To potter; go about in a fussy, pottering way; do trifling company.
    • to conquer; thrash.
    • Toline(the hearth of a puddling-furnace). See fettling.
    • To bind; tie up.
    • Fettled ale or porter, ale or porter sweetened with sugar and experienced with a little ginger and nutmeg.
    • to prepare; prepare; invest order; restoration; mend.
    • clean; tight; useful.
    • To bind; tie up.
    • To potter; start in a fussy, pottering method; do trifling business.
    • to conquer; thrash.
    • To arrange; prepare; invest order; restoration; mend.
    • Toline(the hearth of a puddling-furnace). See fettling.
    • to conquer; thrash.
    • Fettled ale or porter, ale or porter sweetened with sugar and seasoned with some ginger and nutmeg.
    • Neat; tight; convenient.
    • Toline(the hearth of a puddling-furnace). See fettling.
    • Fettled ale or porter, ale or porter sweetened with sugar and experienced with some ginger and nutmeg.
    • To potter; set about in a fussy, pottering means; do trifling business.
    • clean; tight; useful.
    • To bind; tie-up.
    • To arrange; prepare; invest purchase; restoration; mend.
    • To beat; thrash.
    • Toline(the hearth of a puddling-furnace). See fettling.
    • Fettled ale or porter, ale or porter sweetened with sugar and seasoned with a little ginger and nutmeg.
    • To potter; start in a fussy, pottering means; do trifling company.
    • To potter; start in a fussy, pottering way; do trifling company.
    • Neat; tight; useful.
    • Neat; tight; handy.
    • To bind; tie up.
    • to prepare; prepare; devote order; fix; mend.
    • to conquer; thrash.
    • Toline(the hearth of a puddling-furnace). See fettling.
    • Fettled ale or porter, ale or porter sweetened with sugar and seasoned with a little ginger and nutmeg.
    • To potter; start in a fussy, pottering method; do trifling company.
    • Neat; tight; convenient.

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