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reeding

Line breaks: reed|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈriːdɪŋ
 
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Definition of reeding in English:

noun

1A small semi-cylindrical moulding or ornamentation.
Example sentences
  • In July 1808 Benjamin Radford charged the Longfellows another twenty dollars for a mahogany high-post bedstead with foot posts with carved reeding and string inlay.
  • Rather than fluting the quarter columns, the maker simulated reeding with string inlay.
1.1 [mass noun] The making of reeded mouldings: the lathe is used for fluting and reeding

Words that rhyme with reeding

exceeding, leading, misleading, pleading, self-feeding, sheading, unheeding

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