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buckram to reinforce, as with buckram. [1/2 definitions]
bulkhead a wall built across a tunnel to reinforce it and protect against fire, flood, and the like. [1/3 definitions]
dope any of various products resembling varnish, used to waterproof and reinforce fabric or paper, as on balloons or model airplane wings. [1/6 definitions]
expanded metal sheet metal that has been stamped or cut into a latticelike form and stretched, used to reinforce concrete.
feed to support; reinforce. [1/13 definitions]
feedback in electronics, the return of part of the output of a device or system to the input, so as to reinforce or modify the input. [1/6 definitions]
ferrule a metal ring, cap, or sleeve put around the end of a pole, shaft, handle, or the like to reinforce, prevent splitting, or provide a strong connection. [1/3 definitions]
flashing sheet metal or other material used to reinforce and weatherproof building joints.
follow-up serving to reinforce an earlier action. [1/4 definitions]
fortify to provide additional strength, resistance, or energy to; reinforce or invigorate. [1/5 definitions]
nail a slim, pointed metal rod, usu. topped by a flat head, that can be hammered into a material such as wood in order to fasten or reinforce. [2/7 definitions]
patch to repair or reinforce with one or more patches. [1/10 definitions]
reinforceable combined form of reinforce.
stone to provide, fit, pave, or reinforce with stones. [1/10 definitions]
wedge a piece of wood or metal in a three-dimensional, triangular shape with a thin edge that is driven or forced between objects to split, lift, or reinforce them. [1/8 definitions]
welt a strip of leather sewn along the seam that joins the sole and upper of a shoe to reinforce the seam. [2/5 definitions]