- The edge of a woven fabric, where the weft (side-to-side) threads run around the warp (top to bottom) threads, creating a finished edge.
- Any edge of fabric finished so as to prevent raveling.
- The border on a sheet of postage stamps.
proper noun (also Seth)
- An ancient Egyptian god, variously described as the god of chaos, the god of thunder and storms, or the god of destruction.
noun (plural se-tenants)
- A set of postage stamps with differing values, colours, etc, but printed on the same sheet.
- A thin cloth covering for a bed.
- Use the sheets in the hall closet to make the bed.
- A single rectangular piece of paper.
- Can I have a of paper?
- A flat metal pan used for baking.
- Place the rolls on the cookie , edges touching, and bake for 10-11 minutes.
- A thin, flat layer of material; as, a sheet of tinfoil.
- Can I have a of paper?
- A broad, flat expanse of material on the ground; as, a sheet of mud, a sheet of ice.
- (context, nautical) A line used to adjust the trim of a sail.
- (context, nautical, nonstandard) A sail. (un-informed usage, correctly refers to the line)
- (curling) The area of ice on which a curling game is played.
- (architecture) The space (often triangular) between the outer curve of an arch (the extrados) and a straight-sided figure that bounds it; the space between two contiguous arches and a straight feature above them
- (architecture) The triangular space under a stair; the material that fills the space
- (architecture) A horizontal member between the windows of each storey of a tall building
- An oriental rug having a pattern of arches; the design in the corners of such a rug, especially in a prayer rug
- (genetics) A phenotypic characteristic that evolved as a side effect of a true adaptation
- A port of Croatia.
- a long, thin piece of a bigger item
verb (strip, p, ing)
- You use strips of paper in papier mache.
- a series of drawings, a comic
- a landing strip
- a street with multiple shopping or entertainment possibilities
- (fencing) The fencing area, roughly 14 meters by 2 meters.
- (UK football) the uniform of a football team, or the same worn by supporters.
- (transitive) To remove or take away.
- Norm will the old varnish before painting the chair.
- (transitive) To take off clothing.
- (intransitive) To do a striptease.
- (transitive) To completely take away, to plunder.
- The robbers stripped Norm of everything he owned.
- (transitive) To remove the threads from a screw or the teeth from a gear.
- (transitive) To remove color from hair, cloth, etc. to prepare it to receive new color.
- (transitive) (in Bridge) To remove all cards of a particular suit from another player. (See also, strip-squeeze.)
- the addition of extra cost for a specific reason.
verb (surcharg, ing)
- Our airline tickets cost twenty dollars because we had to pay a fuel .
- To apply a surcharge.