an instrument for laying out miter joints, consisting of two straightedges joined at a 45° angle.
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Origin of miter square
First recorded in 1670–80
Words nearby miter square
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The miter-square, Fig. 201, is a try-square fixed at an angle of 45°.Handwork in Wood|William Noyes