Women could finally stop being Rosie the riveter; men could stop living in Hooverville tents.
She agrees to be their Rosie the riveter under one condition: they save Peeta.
They had put up a vintage Rosie the riveter “Can Do” sign, but he figured they could still use a hand.
Beyond the hill I cud hear the surf pounding like a riveter in a boiler.
The normal order of promotion is from labourer to puller-up, from puller-up to riveter, and thence to the position of chargeman.
From an area in the rear, which was lighted by huge flood lights, came the staccato tattoo of a riveter.
He took refuge behind Sutton the riveter, whose gun had made such noise that he had heard none of the clamor.
His place and function are now, for the most part, occupied by the cutter and the clicker, the riveter and the machine-girl.
The first day the riveter was employed, the whole camp made excuses to come and listen to it.
The riveter and his mates occasionally practise the ludicrous.
c.1400, from Old French rivet "nail, rivet," from Old French river "to clench, fix, fasten," possibly from Middle Dutch wriven "turn, grind," related to rive (v.). The English word may be directly from Middle Dutch.