fluting definition

  • noun:
    • Architecture A decorative theme consisting of a few consistent, frequently straight flutes, as those incised in area of a column.
    • Architecture A decorative motif consisting of a number of consistent, usually straight flutes, as those incised within the area of a column.
    • Architecture A decorative theme composed of a series of consistent, generally vertical flutes, as those incised into the surface of a column.
    • The work of incising or making grooves.
    • Architecture A decorative theme comprising a series of uniform, often vertical flutes, as those incised into the surface of a column.
    • Architecture A decorative motif consisting of a series of uniform, usually vertical flutes, as those incised in the surface of a column.
    • Architecture A decorative motif composed of some consistent, typically straight flutes, as those incised when you look at the surface of a column.
    • The grooves created by slim pleats in fabric, like in a ruffle.
    • The act of incising or making grooves.
    • The work of incising or making grooves.
    • The act of incising or making grooves.
    • The work of incising or making grooves.
    • The grooves created by narrow pleats in fabric, like in a ruffle.
    • The grooves created by slim pleats in fabric, as with a ruffle.
    • The grooves created by narrow pleats in fabric, as in a ruffle.
    • The grooves formed by slim pleats in fabric, such as a ruffle.
    • The work of incising or making grooves.
    • A decoration comprising parallel, typically vertical, flutes (grooves) incised to the area
    • The grooves created by narrow pleats in cloth, as in a ruffle.
    • The act of creating these types of grooves
    • A decoration consisting of parallel, usually straight, flutes (grooves) incised into the surface
    • A decoration consisting of parallel, generally vertical, flutes (grooves) incised into the area
    • A decoration consisting of parallel, normally vertical, flutes (grooves) incised into the area
    • A decoration composed of parallel, ordinarily vertical, flutes (grooves) incised to the surface
    • A decoration consisting of parallel, ordinarily vertical, flutes (grooves) incised into the area
    • The act of earning such grooves
    • Decoration by means of flutes or networks; a flute, or flutes collectively
    • The act of creating such grooves
    • The work of earning such grooves
    • Decoration in the shape of flutes or channels; a flute, or flutes collectively
    • The act of playing on the flute, or even the noise created by these types of playing; a flute-like noise.
    • The act of creating such grooves
    • Decoration by means of flutes or channels; a flute, or flutes collectively
    • Decoration in the form of flutes or stations; a flute, or flutes collectively
    • The work of creating a groove or furrow.
    • Decoration in the form of flutes or networks; a flute, or flutes collectively
    • The act of playing from the flute, or even the sound created by these types of playing; a flute-like noise.
    • The work of playing regarding the flute, or the sound produced by such playing; a flute-like sound.
    • The work of playing in the flute, or even the sound created by such playing; a flute-like noise.
    • The act of forming a groove or furrow.
    • The act of forming a groove or furrow.
    • The work of playing in the flute, or even the noise produced by such playing; a flute-like noise.
    • A groove or furrow; fluted work; a flute: since, the flutings of a column, or of a lady's ruffle.
    • The act of developing a groove or furrow.
    • A groove or furrow; fluted work; a flute: because, the flutings of a column, or of a lady's ruffle.
    • among longitudinal channels in a screw-tap by which a cutting advantage is provided to the bond.
    • A groove or furrow; fluted work; a flute: since, the flutings of a column, or of a woman's ruffle.
    • A groove or furrow; fluted work; a flute: since, the flutings of a column, or of a female's ruffle.
    • one of many longitudinal channels in a screw-tap through which a cutting edge is fond of the bond.
    • a groove or furrow in cloth etc (particularly a shallow concave groove regarding shaft of a column)
    • among the longitudinal networks in a screw-tap in which a cutting side is provided to the thread.
    • a groove or furrow in cloth etc (specifically a shallow concave groove on shaft of a column)
    • a groove or furrow in cloth etc (specifically a shallow concave groove regarding the shaft of a column)
    • The work of creating these types of grooves
    • Decoration in the form of flutes or channels; a flute, or flutes collectively
    • The act of playing in the flute, or the sound produced by such playing; a flute-like sound.
    • The act of creating a groove or furrow.
    • A groove or furrow; fluted work; a flute: since, the flutings of a column, or of a woman's ruffle.
    • One of the longitudinal stations in a screw-tap wherein a cutting edge is given to the bond.
    • a groove or furrow in fabric etc (specifically a shallow concave groove on shaft of a column)
    • The work of creating a groove or furrow.
    • A groove or furrow; fluted work; a flute: since, the flutings of a column, or of a female's ruffle.
    • among the longitudinal channels in a screw-tap by which a cutting edge is provided to the thread.
    • one of many longitudinal stations in a screw-tap where a cutting side is given to the thread.
    • a groove or furrow in fabric etc (specially a shallow concave groove regarding the shaft of a column)
    • a groove or furrow in fabric etc (especially a shallow concave groove regarding shaft of a column)
    • Architecture A decorative theme comprising a series of uniform, generally vertical flutes, as those incised inside surface of a column.
    • The work of incising or making grooves.
    • The grooves created by thin pleats in cloth, such as a ruffle.
    • A decoration consisting of parallel, generally vertical, flutes (grooves) incised in to the area
    • The act of creating such grooves
    • Decoration through flutes or networks; a flute, or flutes collectively
    • The act of playing on flute, or perhaps the noise made by such playing; a flute-like noise.
    • The act of developing a groove or furrow.
    • A groove or furrow; fluted work; a flute: since, the flutings of a column, or of a lady's ruffle.
    • among the longitudinal channels in a screw-tap wherein a cutting advantage is provided to the bond.
    • a groove or furrow in cloth etc (specially a shallow concave groove in the shaft of a column)
    • Architecture A decorative theme consisting of a series of uniform, often vertical flutes, as those incised in the area of a column.
    • The work of incising or making grooves.
    • The grooves created by slim pleats in fabric, as with a ruffle.
    • A decoration composed of parallel, ordinarily vertical, flutes (grooves) incised to the area
    • The work of creating these types of grooves
    • Decoration by means of flutes or channels; a flute, or flutes collectively
    • Architecture A decorative motif consisting of a number of uniform, usually vertical flutes, as those incised into the area of a column.
    • The act of incising or making grooves.
    • The grooves formed by thin pleats in fabric, such as a ruffle.
    • A decoration composed of parallel, normally straight, flutes (grooves) incised in to the surface
    • The act of creating such grooves
    • Decoration by way of flutes or channels; a flute, or flutes collectively
    • The work of playing in the flute, or even the noise produced by these types of playing; a flute-like noise.
    • Architecture A decorative theme consisting of some uniform, usually straight flutes, as those incised when you look at the surface of a column.
    • The work of developing a groove or furrow.
    • The act of playing in the flute, or the sound made by these types of playing; a flute-like noise.
    • Architecture A decorative motif comprising a few uniform, often vertical flutes, as those incised when you look at the area of a column.
    • The act of incising or making grooves.
    • The work of forming a groove or furrow.
    • A groove or furrow; fluted work; a flute: because, the flutings of a column, or of a lady's ruffle.
    • The work of incising or making grooves.
    • The grooves formed by slim pleats in fabric, like in a ruffle.
    • one of many longitudinal networks in a screw-tap in which a cutting advantage is given to the thread.
    • A groove or furrow; fluted work; a flute: because, the flutings of a column, or of a female's ruffle.
    • The grooves created by thin pleats in cloth, like in a ruffle.
    • A decoration consisting of parallel, ordinarily vertical, flutes (grooves) incised into the surface
    • a groove or furrow in fabric etc (particularly a shallow concave groove regarding shaft of a column)
    • Architecture A decorative theme consisting of a few consistent, often straight flutes, as those incised in area of a column.
    • The act of incising or making grooves.
    • The work of creating these types of grooves
    • A decoration composed of parallel, normally vertical, flutes (grooves) incised into the area
    • The grooves created by slim pleats in fabric, such as a ruffle.
    • Decoration by means of flutes or networks; a flute, or flutes collectively
    • The work of creating such grooves
    • A decoration composed of parallel, generally straight, flutes (grooves) incised in to the surface
    • Decoration through flutes or channels; a flute, or flutes collectively
    • The work of playing from the flute, and/or sound made by such playing; a flute-like sound.
    • The work of playing in the flute, and/or sound created by these types of playing; a flute-like noise.
    • The act of forming a groove or furrow.
    • The act of making these types of grooves
    • A groove or furrow; fluted work; a flute: because, the flutings of a column, or of a woman's ruffle.
    • The work of forming a groove or furrow.
    • Decoration through flutes or channels; a flute, or flutes collectively
    • One of the longitudinal channels in a screw-tap where a cutting side is provided to the thread.
    • A groove or furrow; fluted work; a flute: since, the flutings of a column, or of a lady's ruffle.
    • The work of playing in the flute, or the noise made by such playing; a flute-like noise.
    • among longitudinal networks in a screw-tap through which a cutting side is fond of the thread.
    • The act of developing a groove or furrow.
    • a groove or furrow in cloth etc (specifically a shallow concave groove on shaft of a column)
    • a groove or furrow in fabric etc (specifically a shallow concave groove in the shaft of a column)
    • among longitudinal channels in a screw-tap wherein a cutting advantage is directed at the bond.
    • a groove or furrow in fabric etc (specifically a shallow concave groove on shaft of a column)
    • A groove or furrow; fluted work; a flute: since, the flutings of a column, or of a lady's ruffle.
    • among longitudinal stations in a screw-tap through which a cutting edge is given to the bond.
    • a groove or furrow in cloth etc (particularly a shallow concave groove on the shaft of a column)
  • verb:
    • provide participle of flute.
    • Present participle of flute.
    • Present participle of flute.
    • Present participle of flute.
    • provide participle of flute.
    • Present participle of flute.
    • provide participle of flute.
    • provide participle of flute.
    • Present participle of flute.
    • provide participle of flute.
    • provide participle of flute.
    • provide participle of flute.

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