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dado in carpentry, a rectangular groove into which the end of a board is or can be set. [1/3 definitions]
finishing nail a thin nail with a very small, cupped head, used for finishing work in carpentry.
hardwood the wood from such a tree, used esp. in carpentry. [1/2 definitions]
king post in carpentry, a supporting vertical post between the apex of a triangular truss and the horizontal tie beam. (Cf. queen post.)
level a device for determining a true horizontal or vertical plane, as in carpentry. [1/15 definitions]
lumber1 logs cut into planks and the like for use in carpentry or building. [1/3 definitions]
miter box a boxlike structure used in carpentry, having slots to position a saw correctly in making angled cuts.
plane2 any of various carpentry tools with an adjustable blade, used to make surfaces of wood smooth, true, grooved, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
spirit level a device for determining a true horizontal or vertical plane, as in carpentry; level.
tongue-and-groove joint a carpentry joint in which a projection on one board is fitted into a matching groove on the next.
workbench a sturdy table or bench at which carpentry or mechanical work is done.