Definition of dowelling in English:

dowelling

Line breaks: dowel|ling
Pronunciation: /ˈdaʊəlɪŋ
 
/
(US doweling)

noun

[mass noun]
Cylindrical rods for cutting into dowels.
More example sentences
  • To do this a mushroom spore is placed into a piece of doweling rod and then drilled into fresh timber or put into an old paperback.
  • Drill the holes on the jig, and make your first hole on the right side of your bookcase, then insert a dowel to hold it in place and make the rest of the holes using the doweling jig as a mark.
  • Use the doweling jig to drill the holes for the dowels.

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