glue


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Synonyms for glue

cement consisting of a sticky substance that is used as an adhesive

join or attach with or as if with glue

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be fixed as if by glue

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old magazines * ruler * scissors * tacky glue * embroidery thread * small beads * large-eyed needle * jewelry clasps and rings
Previous studies have shown that enzymes also stitch together the glue proteins.
Use the glue gun to glue a small figure to the end of each tie.
Recent innovations that are being offered as alternatives to the traditional glue wheel system include spray application systems, label reels with adhesive pre-applied to the label web and extrusion application systems.
The hot glue of the Gernep Rollima is economically applied onto the container by nozzle.
Layer the letters so they overlap slightly, spelling out the word 'Dad', and glue together.
Cyanoacrylate, the chemical name for the glue, was first uncovered in 1942 in a search for materials to make clear plastic gun sights for the Second World War.
The technological processing of wood glue holds very important place.
RAISED DESIGNS and RUBBINGS Ask the students to create line designs--continuous or not--in glue on white tag board.
Glue the start of the fabric ribbon on the inside of the headband, at one of the ends.
Scientists have created a glue similar to the worm's glue that may one day be used in bone surgery.
Bell Laboratories has introduced a hypoallergenic, scent-free glue trap, Trapper MAX Free Glue Trap.
The patented squeeze-grip sides let crafters and hobbyists pinpoint the glue flow and placement, while keeping fingers away from the glue.
A regular glass rod will crack easily, but in a layered glass rod, the incoming energy from a mechanical load dissipates into the glue between the layers.