noun, transitive verb
- (British English) → miterExample sentences
- In it, a bishop who had committed disgraceful acts was stripped of the symbols of his office - mitre, crosier and ring.
- He is wearing a grey fantasy costume with a red collar and a red-black stripe in the front that resembles a mitre.
- The mitre had a band, or plate of inscribed gold.
- When mitering the box trim, always start by first cutting and mounting an end trim piece, then the long front trim and finally the other end.
- Pin pieces of 2-inch-wide ribbon onto each of the four edges of the curtain panel; miter the corners.
- The corners were mitered as the top of the trim was placed and pinned around the panel.
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