fagot


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Synonyms for fagot

a bundle of sticks and branches bound together

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ornament or join (fabric) by faggot stitch

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fasten together rods of iron in order to heat or weld them

bind or tie up in or as if in a faggot

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This hush con- tinued while I was being chained to the stake; it still continued while the fagots were carefully and tediously piled about my ankles, my knees, my thighs, my body.
Beyond the fortifications through which Athos had made a breach in order to get out, and which were composed of fagots, planks, and empty casks, heaped up according to all the rules of the strategic art, they found, swimming in puddles of oil and wine, the bones and fragments of all the hams they had eaten; while a heap of broken bottles filled the whole left-hand corner of the cellar, and a tun, the cock of which was left running, was yielding, by this means, the last drop of its blood.
Actuated by these enlightened views, our hero bade the gentleman sit down, while he himself took occasion to throw some fagots upon the fire, and place upon the now re-established table some bottles of Mousseux.
But as for this same knave Robin Hood, I go straightway to seek him, and if I do not score his knave's pate, cut my staff into fagots and call me woman.
Here Lieutenant Harold Percy Smith-Oldwick saw a number of Negresses engaged in laying fagots around a stake and in preparing fires beneath a number of large cooking vessels.
There was an old bushman working there, occupied in selling fagots from trees that had been leveled by his axe.
There are enough fagots and waste wood of all kinds in the forests of most of our towns to support many fires, but which at present warm none, and, some think, hinder the growth of the young wood.
And it won't run to more than twenty-five yards of fagots per acre, and he's giving me at the rate of seventy roubles the acre.
Neville in the interval, sitting in a sanded parlour, wondering in how long a time after he had gone, the sneezy fire of damp fagots would begin to make somebody else warm.
2 D53 kutink burning fagot D54 kuncito a wild bush D55 kunnal curl, ringlet; [section] PEI coiled; worry, 8.
The boundaries between painting and sculpture are so assiduously redrawn in much of this art that I ended up being most curious about the one work that straightforwardly seemed to be a sculpture: Bernard Pages's Fagot, 1968--a bundle of sticks (some of which, admittedly, have a bit of paint on them) rolled up in some wire mesh.
A stage for the fans of classical blues and jazz was open in the backyard of the Voloshin Museum House, where the festival's opening ceremony was held, the Korovin & Fagot Duo performed, and a lecture titled "Jazz Night.
JoAnn Fagot Aviel, Richard Reitano, and Earl Sullivan (eds.
Conversely, fathers who are insensitive, harsh, or overly demanding negatively impact children's cognitive and social outcomes, including attachment security, peer relationship quality, and behavioral control, which may adversely influence children's school experiences (Brown, McBride, Shin, & Bost, 2007; Chang, Schwartz, Dodge, & McBride-Chang, 2003; DeKlyen, Speltz, & Greenberg, 1998; Fagot, 1997; Levpuscek & Zupancic, 2009; Roopnarine et al.