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drawbore

[ draw-bawr, -bohr ]
/ ˈdrɔˌbɔr, -ˌboʊr /
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noun
a hole in a tenon made eccentric with the corresponding holes to the mortise so that the two pieces being joined will be forced tightly together when the pin (drawbore pin ) is hammered into place.
verb (used with object), draw·bored, draw·bor·ing.
to make a drawbore in (a tenon).
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Origin of drawbore

First recorded in 1815–25; draw + bore2
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