verb (used with object), dow·eled, dow·el·ing or (especially British) dow·elled, dow·el·ling.
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Origin of dowel
OTHER WORDS FROM dowelun·dow·eled, adjectiveun·dow·elled, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for dowel
The advantage of this cradle is obvious, preventing as it does any tendency of the partly-formed dowel to slip or wobble.
The template is put on the ends of the straight pole, and the dowel centres are pricked into the wood.
Fig. 192 shows a completed dowel with a small groove running along its entire length.
Fig. 209 shows the top portion of a table leg and a home-made dowel gauge.
When it sounds best, glue the dowel in place and allow it to dry before sawing it off and cutting the slanting part.Manual Training Toys for the Boy's Workshop|Harris W. Moore