fish joint definition

  • noun:
    • A joint created by bolting a fishplate to each side of two abutting rails, timbers, or beams.
    • a joint created by a plate or couple of plates fastened upon two meeting beams, plates, etc., at their junction; -- made use of mainly in connecting the rails of railroads.
    • See under Fish, Miter, etc.
    • a butt joint formed by bolting seafood dishes toward sides of two rails or beams
    • A joint created by bolting a fishplate to each part of two abutting rails, timbers, or beams.
    • a joint created by a plate or set of plates fastened upon two conference beams, dishes, etc., at their particular junction; -- utilized largely in linking the rails of railroads.
    • See under Fish, Miter, etc.
    • a butt joint formed by bolting fish dishes toward edges of two rails or beams
    • A joint formed by bolting a fishplate to each part of two abutting rails, timbers, or beams.
    • a joint formed by a plate or couple of dishes fastened upon two meeting beams, plates, etc., at their junction; -- made use of largely in linking the rails of railroads.
    • See under Fish, Miter, etc.
    • a butt joint created by bolting seafood plates towards the edges of two rails or beams
    • A joint formed by bolting a fishplate every single part of two abutting rails, timbers, or beams.
    • a joint formed by a plate or pair of dishes fastened upon two conference beams, dishes, etc., at their particular junction; -- made use of largely in connecting the rails of railroads.
    • See under Fish, Miter, etc.
    • a butt joint formed by bolting fish dishes on edges of two rails or beams
    • A joint formed by bolting a fishplate to each part of two abutting rails, timbers, or beams.
    • a joint formed by a plate or couple of plates fastened upon two meeting beams, plates, etc., at their particular junction; -- used largely in linking the rails of railroads.
    • See under Fish, Miter, etc.
    • a butt joint created by bolting seafood dishes on sides of two rails or beams
    • A joint created by bolting a fishplate to each part of two abutting rails, timbers, or beams.
    • a joint formed by a plate or set of dishes fastened upon two conference beams, dishes, etc., at their particular junction; -- made use of mostly in connecting the rails of railroads.
    • See under Fish, Miter, etc.
    • A joint formed by bolting a fishplate every single part of two abutting rails, timbers, or beams.
    • a butt joint formed by bolting fish plates into edges of two rails or beams
    • a joint created by a plate or pair of plates fastened upon two meeting beams, plates, etc., at their junction; -- used mainly in connecting the rails of railroads.
    • See under Fish, Miter, etc.
    • A joint created by bolting a fishplate to every side of two abutting rails, timbers, or beams.
    • A joint created by bolting a fishplate every single side of two abutting rails, timbers, or beams.
    • a joint formed by a plate or couple of plates fastened upon two meeting beams, dishes, etc., at their junction; -- made use of mostly in linking the rails of railroads.
    • a joint created by a plate or set of plates fastened upon two meeting beams, plates, etc., at their junction; -- utilized mostly in linking the rails of railroads.
    • a butt joint formed by bolting fish dishes towards the edges of two rails or beams
    • view under Fish, Miter, an such like.
    • See under Fish, Miter, etc.
    • a butt joint formed by bolting fish plates into the sides of two rails or beams
    • a butt joint created by bolting seafood plates towards the sides of two rails or beams
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