Definition of Sley. Meaning of Sley. Synonyms of Sley

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Definition of Sley

Sley
Sley Sley, n. (Weaving) The number of ends per inch in the cloth, provided each dent in the reed in which it was made contained as equal number of ends. --E. Whitworth.
Sley
Sley Sley, v. t. To separate or part the threads of, and arrange them in a reed; -- a term used by weavers. See Sleave, and Sleid.

Meaning of Sley from wikipedia

- Bush Tetras formed in 1979, and soon solidified with a lineup of Cynthia Sley (vocals), Pat Place (guitar), Laura Kennedy (b****) and Dee Pop (drums); vocalist...
- same. Other pseudonyms Ellison used during his career include Jay Charby, Sley Harson, Ellis Hart, John Magnus, Paul Merchant, Pat Roeder, Ivar Jorgenson...
- and are now called snekke. Skeid (skeið), meaning ‘slider’ (referring to a sley, a weavers reed, or to a sheath that a knife slides into, even a ****)...
- of New York City in December: Their Diversions in the Winter is Riding Sleys about three or four Miles out of Town, where they have Houses of entertainment...
- are the same as those used for a Leavers machine: rise, fall, right, left, sley, carriage, comb etc. The lace is collected at the top, unlike the Pusher...
- Welsh; and some in flight they drove into the wood that is called Andred'sley. Until the Late Middle Ages the forest was a notorious hiding place for bandits...
- Evangelical ****ociation of Finland (Suomen Luterilainen Evankeliumiyhdistys ry, SLEY) camp and an old turf maze, or Troy Town. There is also a look-out tower...
- music scene. She then formed the Bush Tetras. Place and vocalist Cynthia Sley produced the most distinctive aspects of the Tetras sound. Place's guitar...
- the back warp (left warp, reverse warp). All the warp ends p**** through a sley with individual perforations- to keep the threads from tangling. On a machine...
- cōleī is obscure. Tucker, without explanation, gives *qogh-sleǐ-os (*kwogh-sley-os?), and relates it to cohum, an obscure word for "yoke". Lewis and Short's...
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