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Scantling

- Verb

The dimensions of a piece of timber with regard to its breadth and thickness; hence, the measure or dimensions of anything.

- Verb

A piece of timber sawed or cut of a small size, as for studs, rails, etc.

- Verb

A piece or quantity cut for a special purpose; a sample.

- Verb

A rough draught; a rude sketch or outline.

- Verb

A frame for casks to lie upon; a trestle.

- Verb

A small quantity; a little bit; not much.

- Verb

A fragment; a bit; a little piece.


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