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rebated

[ ri-bey-tid ]

adjective

, Heraldry.
  1. cut off or abridged in some way, as a cross potent formed as a swastika.


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Other Words From

  • un·rebat·ed adjective

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Word History and Origins

Origin of rebated1

First recorded in 1580–90; rebate 1 + -ed 2

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Example Sentences

The frames are rebated for the door and ornamented by mouldings either stuck or planted on.

Fig. 61 (A) shows the well-known "Oxford frame," illustrating halved joints when the edge is rebated.

The end at the right hand is slightly rebated to receive the frame, and both the rail and the end are grooved with a plough plane.

Fig. 257 is similar to the above, with the exception that the rail of the door is rebated (G) to receive the astragal moulding.

Fig. 265 is a rebated joint with loose tongue-slip and astragal mould, suitable for frames over 11⁄4 in.

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