Fig. 265 is a rebated joint with loose tongue-slip and astragal mould, suitable for frames over 11⁄4 in.
Fig. 61 (A) shows the well-known "Oxford frame," illustrating halved joints when the edge is rebated.
The face of ashlar-work may be plain and level, or have rebated, chamfered, or moulded joints.
Fig. 257 is similar to the above, with the exception that the rail of the door is rebated (G) to receive the astragal moulding.
The ends to be joined are planed up true and square and then rebated as shown.
The boarding at B is rebated, whilst at C each board overhangs its lower neighbour.
Fig. 260 is a rebated joint, broken at the front by a bead moulding.
Two forms of rebated joints for stone copings and roofs are common.
The holes in both pieces are bored for the dowels before they are rebated.
The frames are rebated for the door and ornamented by mouldings either stuck or planted on.
1650s, from rebate (v.).
The return of part of a payment for a good. Unlike a discount, which is deducted from the price before purchase, a rebate is returned after purchase.