Definition of "eyebolts" [eyebolts]

  • (noun) Plural form of eyebolt.

Use "eyebolts" in a sentence

  • "To fasten it to the ground and prevent the Antarctic storms from blowing it away I had strong eyebolts screwed into each end of the roof-ridge and the four corners of the roof; we carried six strong eyebolts, a metre long, to be rammed into the barrier; between these bolts and those on the hut, steel wires were to be stretched, which could be drawn quite tight."
  • "Then I noticed that the eyes of the huge eyebolts I had put through the sill beams were starting to pull away from their nice round shape!"
  • "That was George Anderson's ascent, when he drilled eyebolts up the smooth side of the monolith, standing on each successive rod to place the next and then fixing lines to the summit so that others could follow."

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