Definition of Tile drain. Meaning of Tile drain. Synonyms of Tile drain
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Definition of Tile drain
Tile drainTile Tile, n. [OE. tile, tigel, AS. tigel, tigol, fr. L.
tegula, from tegere to cover. See Thatch, and cf.
1. A plate, or thin piece, of baked clay, used for covering
the roofs of buildings, for floors, for drains, and often
for ornamental mantel works.
(a) A small slab of marble or other material used for
(b) A plate of metal used for roofing.
3. (Metal.) A small, flat piece of dried earth or
earthenware, used to cover vessels in which metals are
4. A draintile.
5. A stiff hat. [Colloq.] --Dickens.
Tile drain, a drain made of tiles.
Tile earth, a species of strong, clayey earth; stiff and
stubborn land. [Prov. Eng.]
Tile kiln, a kiln in which tiles are burnt; a tilery.
Tile ore (Min.), an earthy variety of cuprite.
Tile red, light red like the color of tiles or bricks.
Tile tea, a kind of hard, flat brick tea. See Brick tea,
Meaning of Tile drain from wikipedia
- tile drainage
) is an agriculture practice
that removes excess water while surface water
can be drained
- a french drain
tile (also blind
drain, rock drain, drain
drain, land drain
ditch) is a
- a weeping
tile is a porous
pipe used for underground drainage
. the weeping
tile then drains
into a storm sewer
or a sump pump .
into the north branch
of the thames
at the university
of western ontario
. 49% is channeled; the final
21% is buried
in tile drains.
- soil cap, filled
and a soil cap, buried
pipe drains, tile drains, or mole drains, but they can also consist
of a series
- much has been done by draining
wet; till lately stone draining
used, but now tile-draining is introduced; some
tiles, killing creatures called cuties
any tiles drained
by the player's presence return
to life and are
- if the water rises
well in the bottom
of the drains, they ought
to be cut three
feet (1 m) deep, and see also : tile drainage trench drain
the old-growth trees
all been removed, starting
in 1903 farmers tried
and tile-drain the land for arable
- the american terra cotta
tile and ceramic company
in 1881; the production consisted
tile, brick, chimney