to join (boards having beveled edges) so as to make a flush surface.
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How to use sypher in a sentence
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After five years in the Army, with multiple deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan, sypher needed a change.
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British Dictionary definitions for sypher
(tr) to lap (a chamfered edge of one plank over that of another) in order to form a flush surface
- syphering, noun
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