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Definition of "seaming" []

  • Present participle of seam. (verb)
  • The act or process of forming a seam or joint. (noun)
  • The cord or rope at the margin of a seine, to which the meshes of the net are attached. (noun)

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Use "seaming" in a sentence
  • "The fourth string to Tasmania's pace attack, Brendan Drew, then dismissed Glen Batticciotto, who played onto his stumps for one to have the Bulls reeling by lunch on a pitch best described as seaming and green."
  • "If sheet metals to be joint with each other are turned up or flanged, this procedure is called "seaming"."
  • "Of course, sheer pace is still terrifying in every format; England's current success has been built around a collection of fast bowlers from a country where green, seaming playing surfaces often shape bowlers who rely more on swing than speed."
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