riveting

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Commanding the attention of spectators
Present participle of rivet
The whole set of rivets, collectively
If you describe something as riveting, you mean that it is extremely interesting and exciting, and that it holds your attention completely. I find snooker riveting though I don't play myself. something that is riveting is so interesting or exciting that you cannot stop watching it or listening to it = fascinating
capable of arousing and holding the attention; "a fascinating story"
The act of joining with rivets; the act of spreading out and clinching the end, as of a rivet, by beating or pressing
riveting machine
a machine for driving rivets
rivet
A cylindrical mechanical fastener that attaches multiple parts together by fitting through a hole and deforming the head(s) at either end
rivet
to install rivets
rivet
to command the attention of

The furnishings and other contents of the room it was which riveted his attention. He examined many things minutely--strange tools and weapons, books, paper, clothing-- what little had withstood the ravages of time in the humid atmosphere of the jungle coast.

rivet
{v} to fasten with rivets, clench, secure
rivet
{n} a kind of pin clenched at both ends
rivet
(n) A permanent mechanical fastener, consisting of a smooth metal shaft with a head Rivets are placed in the part and held in place by spreading the tip protruding through the material
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To fasten, secure or mount with a rivet
rivet
{i} metal bolt used to fasten two objects together
rivet
A metal bolt or pin having a head on one end, inserted through aligned holes in the pieces to be joined and then hammered on the plain end so as to form a second head
rivet
to attach or fasten parts by using rivets
rivet
To fasten with a rivet, or with rivets; as, to rivet two pieces of iron
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{f} attach with rivets, fasten with rivets; engross, hold someone's attention, fascinate
rivet
ornament consisting of a circular rounded protuberance (as on a vault or shield or belt)
rivet
fasten with a rivet or rivets
rivet
heavy pin having a head at one end and the other end being hammered flat after being passed through holes in the pieces that are fastened together hold (someone's attention); "The discovery of the skull riveted the paleontologists"
rivet
A metal pin, or fastening, with both ends clenched, or peened over, often over washers and done while hot
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Both folding and brisé fans require a rivet or pivot at the bottom of the guard sticks to allow the fan to open and close and to keep all the components from failing apart A rivet passes through the head or rivet-end of the fan, generally of metal with ornamental washers (18th century and onwards) Late in the 18th century, rivets with jewelled ends, often of clear or coloured pastes, become popular Other methods can be rivets of heat-sealed horn and tortoiseshell, knotted cotton (see oriental examples) and sometimes of folded and knotted paper There are also barrel-made rivets which allow a cord to literally pass through the entire fan (see Japanese examples in the exhibition)
rivet
a metal fastener used in pre-1970 construction; made with a rounded preformed head at one end and installed hot into a predrilled or punched hole; the other end was hammered into a similar shaped head thereby clamping the adjoining parts together
rivet
hold (someone's attention); "The discovery of the skull riveted the paleontologists"
rivet
A metallic pin with a head, used for uniting two plates or pieces of material together, by passing it through them and then beating or pressing down the point so that it shall spread out and form a second head; a pin or bolt headed or clinched at both ends
rivet
A rivet is a short metal pin with a flat head which is used to fasten flat pieces of metal together. a metal pin used to fasten pieces of metal together bolt
rivet
to command the attention of spectators
rivet
metal tack or burr originally invented by Mr Levi (Levi's) for securing the pocket sides
rivet
To spread out the end or point of, as of a metallic pin, rod, or bolt, by beating or pressing, so as to form a sort of head
rivet
A metal pin with a head, used to secure two or more pieces
rivet
If you are riveted by something, it fascinates you and holds your interest completely. As a child I remember being riveted by my grandfather's appearance He was riveted to the John Wayne movie The scar on her face had immediately riveted their attention
rivet
direct one's attention on something; "Please focus on your studies and not on your hobbies"
rivet
Hence, to fasten firmly; to make firm, strong, or immovable; as, to rivet friendship or affection
rivet
heavy pin having a head at one end and the other end being hammered flat after being passed through holes in the pieces that are fastened together
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