[ US /ˈfæsənɝ, ˈfæsnɝ/ ]
[ UK /fˈɑːstənɐ/ ]
  1. a person who fastens or makes fast
    he found the door fastened and wondered who the fastener was
  2. restraint that attaches to something or holds something in place
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How To Use fastener In A Sentence

  • According to the invariable usage of the fishery, the whale-boat pushes off from the ship, with the headsman or whale-killer as temporary steersman, and the harpooneer or whale-fastener pulling the foremost oar, the one known as the harpooneer-oar. Moby Dick; or the Whale
  • There were a couple of howlers, including a reference to the zip fastener long before its invention.
  • We stock an extensive range of fasteners, all are available in various plated finishes including galvanized, sherardized and BZP.
  • A new composite coating combined with organic lubricating coat for hot - dip galvanizing alloy fastener is studied.
  • The fastener is a disposable plastic bracelet like the ID bracelets new moms, dads and infants get tagged with at hospitals †if your kid breaks his bracelet to remove it, you’ll know. DRM For Your Mouth: Anti-Thumb Sucking Technology Roundup | Thingamababy
  • The deck and hull of all Fountain boats are securely bonded together with adhesives, mechanical fasteners as well as fiberglass and resin.
  • imitation leather briefcase, without handles but held shut by a zip fastener. A NASTY DOSE OF DEATH
  • In addition to cutting beams to length, it's often necessary to drill holes for bolts, pegs and other fasteners, as well as for wiring and plumbing.
  • he found the door fastened and wondered who the fastener was
  • Locate the fasteners about inch from the edge of the deck board.
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