With bevelled panels and drawers and arcaded panels and ends.
One edge of each lath may, if desired, be bevelled a little.
A carving-chisel is very useful in working on odd-shaped pieces, because the cutting edge is bevelled on both sides.
Sometimes this bevelled glass is in small squares, with leaded joints.
The underside of the top can be bevelled at the edge (Fig. 319).
The wick is, of course, bevelled to correspond to the form of its tube.
After these are made to fit, the upper ends may be rounded down by chisel and compasses, or bevelled, using the plane.
The belt is bevelled to its middle line, and not so flat as shown in the figure.
When we speak of scarfs we refer to the bevelled edge of the roughest part of the scarf.
With Full-Page Illustrations, foolscap 8vo, cloth, bevelled boards.
1560s, possibly from Old French *baivel (Modern French béveau, biveau), possibly from bayer "to gape, yawn," from Latin *batare "to yawn, gape," from Latin root *bat-, possibly imitative of yawning. If so, the time gap is puzzling. The verb is first recorded 1670s. The noun is 1670s, from the adjective.