doweling

dowelling

/ (ˈdaʊlɪŋ, -əlɪŋ) /

noun carpentry cabinetmaking

the joining of two pieces of wood using dowels
wood or other material in a long thin rod for cutting up into dowels

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Example sentences from the Web for doweling

  • The construction may be further strengthened by also doweling the end of this stretcher into the legs.

    Handwork in Wood|William Noyes