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riveted

[ riv-i-tid ]
/ ˈrɪv ɪ tɪd /
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Definition of riveted

adjective
fixed in place with or as if with rivets, fastened firmly: The two sections of the screen are attached to each other with a riveted hinge.The skillet features a riveted handle which provides a cool and safe grip for the user.
having or using rivets: Denim for the riveted work pants came from a mill in New Hampshire that was known for the quality of its fabrics.
firmly attentive:Last winter, the professor lectured on Darwin to a riveted audience in the Plainfield Opera House.
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Origin of riveted

OTHER WORDS FROM riveted

un·riv·et·ed, adjective
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