duct tape

NOUN
  1. a wide silvery adhesive tape intended to seal joints in sheet metal duct work but having many other uses
    duct tape holds the world together
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How To Use duct tape In A Sentence

  • Reed did a bit of quick carpentry to repair the breaks, lashing them back together with something the Vikings could have used, duct tape.
  • They bound our hands and feet with parachute cord and duct tape.
  • duct tape holds the world together
  • Neither duct tape nor electrical tape could provide a waterproof, durable repair.
  • A party held together with spit, chewing gum, baling wire, and duct tape A party held together with spit, chewing gum, baling wire, and duct tape
  • We returned nestlings to their nests and repaired cavities with duct tape.
  • He has literally kept some of our offices and machines working by duct tape and force of will alone.
  • The actor has a dozen or so tattoos and a pair of jeans so worn they are held together with duct tape. Times, Sunday Times
  • On board the most complex machine yet built, ground control showed the crew how to modify an air filter with duct tape, cardboard and a sock. Times, Sunday Times
  • DANIEL SPITZ, MEDICAL EXAMINER, FORENSIC PATHOLOGIST: You know the body was so decomposed that common sense may tell you that the duct tape were put on, you know, in an ante-mortem fashion, but the reality is that there ` s nothing forensically that would allow you to distinguish whether the duct tape was put on before or after death. CNN Transcript Dec 15, 2008
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