Now fit the whole pipe, bowl inverted, on to the under one, luting the edges of both well with clay.
A gang has been ordered to cut clay for the luting of the coke furnaces.
Apply with an old brush, or by repeatedly plunging the neck of the bottle in the luting before the latter becomes cold.
If allowed to become thick by drying, dammar may be used as luting.
Dr Buckland says, "It is probable there was some aperture in the luting by which small insects found admission."
After the heat has been applied 20 hours, the bricks and ashes are removed, the luting broken, and the capellina hoisted up.
Put two or three spoonfuls of water to them, and cover them close with another dish, luting their joyning that nothing may expire.
stringed musical instrument, late 13c., from Old French lut, leut, from Old Provençal laut, from Arabic al-'ud, the Arabian lute, literally "the wood" (source of Spanish laud, Portuguese alaude, Italian liuto), where al is the definite article. A player is a lutist (1620s) or a lutanist (c.1600, from Medieval Latin hybrid lutanista).