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Definition of Mortised

Mortised
Mortise Mor"tise, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Mortised; p. pr. & vb. n. Mortising.] 1. To cut or make a mortisein. 2. To join or fasten by a tenon and mortise; as, to mortise a beam into a post, or a joist into a girder.

Meaning of Mortised from wikipedia

- size of the timber; also a tenon that is shorter than the width of the mortised piece so the tenon does not show (as opposed to a "through tenon"). Through...
- (timber), such as a mortise in a mortise and tenon joint. The square chisel mortiser (also called hollow chisel mortiser), similar to a drill press in many...
- Mortise or mortice may refer to: Mortise and tenon, a woodworking joint Ankle mortise, part of the distal tibia joining the talus bone to form an ankle...
- A mortise lock (also spelled mortice lock in British English) is a lock that requires a pocket—the mortise—to be cut into the edge of the door or piece...
- for use with light weight doors. Butt / mortise hinges usually in threes or fours, which are inset (mortised) into the door and frame. Most residential...
- plafond and the two malleoli is referred to as the ankle "mortise" (or talar mortise). The mortise is a rectangular socket. The ankle is composed of three...
- its bevelled edges. Mortise chisel  thick, rigid blade with straight cutting edge and deep, slightly tapered sides to make mortises and similar joints...
- mechanism is commonly mortised into the door and so it is harder to determine the point at which to drill. Warded lock Mortise lock Lock picking Rathjen...
- free-standing but consists of vertical posts placed in the ground, having holes (mortises) in each side into which the roughly pointed ends of split rails (usually...
- the use of the rib and plank method rather than the old Roman system of mortise and tenon. Other improvements to ships included the use of lateen sails...
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