Origin of dovetail
OTHER WORDS FROM dovetaildovetailer, noun
Words nearby dovetail
How to use dovetail in a sentence
Your acid experiences also seem to dovetail with expanding your musical consciousness.
The novel is structurally daring, managing to dovetail the perspectives of both boys.
High-minded pursuits dovetail with rigidly disciplining your body.
And the overriding issue of the election—the economy—happens to dovetail with the issues that concern New Hampshire Republicans.
Well, now these dynamics dovetail as Mercury and Mars dosey doe in your cosmic sector of mass consciousness.
The dovetail is a most important joint; its most usual forms are illustrated in fig. 3.
The sermon should be constructed to fit the man; argument and emotion should not stand apart, but dovetail and interlace.The Young Priest's Keepsake|Michael Phelan
Fig. 37 is "Oblique Dovetail Halving," one side of the piece being dovetailed.
In this case the dovetail is similar to Fig. 33, with the exception that it does not run through the bottom rail.
Fig. 47 shows a combination of a bevelled dovetail half-lapped joint.