sliver

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A narrow high-rise apartment building
Bait made of pieces of small fish. Compare kibblings
To cut or divide into long, thin pieces, or into very small pieces; to cut or rend lengthwise; to slit; as, to sliver wood
A long piece cut or rent off; a sharp, slender fragment; a splinter
A strand, or slender roll, of cotton or other fiber in a loose, untwisted state, produced by a carding machine and ready for the roving or slubbing which precedes spinning
{v} to divide longways, split, creep
{n} a slice cut off, a piece rent off
a thin fragment or slice (especially of wood) that has been shaved from something
a ropelike strand of soft cotton about the diameter of a broom stick In cotton production, "sliver" is pronounced with a long "i"; in worsted production, with a short "i "
To cut foods into thin strips
form into slivers; "sliver wood"
Bait made of pieces of small fish
an assemblage of fibres in continuous form without twist
A long piece cut ot rent off; a sharp, slender fragment; a splinter
Means to cut or splinter into long, thin strips, with a sharp knife on a cutting board
A continuous band of carded and or combed wool , formed without twisting
A term used to describe the geometry of a fibrous glass reinforcement in the forming operation, e g , 2K37 S/2 meaning a configuration in forming which makes a nominal fiber diameter in the "K" range which is 3700 yards to a pound and is split into two discrete bundles in the forming cake
divide into slivers or splinters
break up into splinters or slivers; "The wood splintered"
form into slivers; "sliver wood" divide into slivers or splinters
A gap between two lines, created erroneously by a scanner and its raster-vector software or during digitizing
a small thin sharp bit or wood or glass or metal; "he got a splinter in his finger"; "it flew into flinders"
A strand, or slender roll, of cotton or other fiber in a loose, untwisted state, produced by a carding machine and ready for the roving or slubbing which preceeds spinning
a gel-chip bonded to an interface card Slivers are used for many purposes; removable data storage, credit chips, recorded media transfer, computer memory backup, etc
Bait made of pieces of small fish. Cf. Kibblings
a loose, untwisted strand of fibers which is removed after carding of fabric
a light, rope-like arrangement of carded wool fibers
Kibblings
{i} thin sharp piece, shard, splinter
To cut food into long thin strips
{f} cut into small pieces or splinters
To cut a food into thin strips or pieces
‑ An untwisted strand or rope of textile fiber produced by a carding or combing machine
A sliver of something is a small thin piece or amount of it. Not a sliver of glass remains where the windows were. a small pointed or thin piece that has been cut or broken off something sliver of (slive (11-19 centuries), from slifan)
Cut into long thin pieces
The term comes from medieval Anglo-Saxon words sleave, slive, meaning to split or slit Sliver has no twist and is the produce of the carding process and drawing process on the cotton system Sliver consists of a continuous rope of parallel fibers of cotton, wool, rayon, or some other material, with no twist applied
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slivered
past of sliver
slivering
present participle of sliver
slivers
A thin elongated anomaly caused when a piece of metal is rolled into the surface of the pipe A sliver is usually metallurgically attached at only one end In MFL inspections, a sliver is sometimes called a lamination
slivers
plural of sliver
slivers
Refers to tiny polygons which are formed when the sides of two adjacent polygons do not totally match up Often Slivers are considered spurious in nature
slivers
third-person singular of sliver
slivers
Long, thin pieces
sliver