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Another word for cement

      1. The material used in paving
      2. The material with which such a surface is made.
      3. A hard smooth surface, especially of a public area or thoroughfare, that will bear travel.
      1. A concrete thing, condition, idea, etc.
      2. A mass formed by the coalescence of particles.
      3. A hard, strong construction material consisting of sand, conglomerate gravel, pebbles, broken stone, or slag in a mortar or cement matrix.
      1. A substance, as a wax, plastic, silicone, etc., used for sealing a joint, opening, surface, etc.
      1. An electrostatic attraction between atoms or groups of atoms that forms a stable aggregate unit, such as a molecule or metal
      2. (Masonry) The way in which bricks, stones, etc. are lapped upon one another in building
      3. A systematically overlapping or alternating arrangement of bricks or stones in a wall, designed to increase strength and stability.
      1. Any of a class of polyether resins; used for coatings, adhesives and foam
      1. An epoxy resin
      2. Any of various usually thermosetting resins capable of forming tight cross-linked polymer structures characterized by toughness, strong adhesion, and low shrinkage, used especially in surface coatings and adhesives.
      1. (Chiefly British) Sediment; lees.
      2. A thin plaster for finishing walls and ceilings.
      3. A thin mortar used to fill cracks and crevices in masonry.
      1. (rhyming slang) Time; a jail term, the serving of a prison sentence.
      2. A sticky substance smeared on branches to catch birds.
      3. A sticky substance that is smeared on branches or twigs to capture small birds.
      1. The actual state of affairs:
      2. Character, value, or status with reference to relative importance or the capacity to meet given requirements:
      3. Relative amount or number, as of population or contents:
      1. Nonvulcanized rubber in an organic solvent, used as an adhesive.
      2. An adhesive made of unvulcanized rubber in a solvent that quickly evaporates when exposed to air
      1. A substance that sticks to a surface or causes adherence between surfaces.
      2. An adhesive substance, as glue
      3. A substance, such as paste or cement, that causes two surfaces to stick together. Adhesives are made of gelatin or other substances, such as epoxy, resin, or polyethylene.
      1. Anything that joins or fuses; bond
      2. Something that joins or cements.
      3. A metal alloy that is heated and used to join or patch metal parts or surfaces: soft solders of tin-lead alloys melt easily; hard (or brazing) soldershard soldersbrazing solders of copper-zinc alloys melt only at red heat
      1. A food that has been pounded until it is reduced to a smooth creamy mass:
      2. A soft, smooth, thick mixture or material, as:
      3. A mixture of flour or starch, water, and occasionally alum, resin, etc., used as an adhesive for paper or other light materials
      1. A short, usually stationary, muzzleloading cannon used from the 1700s to early 1900s to fire large round shells at low velocities, short ranges, and high trajectories.
      2. Any of several similar devices, such as one that shoots life lines across a stretch of water.
      3. A mixture of cement or lime with sand and water, used between bricks or stones to bind them together in building, or as plaster
      1. Any similar plant secretion, as resin
      2. Any plant gum processed for use in industry, art, etc.
      3. A sticky, colloidal carbohydrate found in certain trees and plants, which dries into an uncrystallized, brittle mass that dissolves or swells in water
      1. (Computing) A file produced by such a program.
      2. A solid residue of tobacco smoke containing byproducts of combustion.
      3. A dark, oily, viscous material, consisting mainly of hydrocarbons, produced by the destructive distillation of organic substances such as wood, coal, or peat.
      1. A substance with a similar consistency or function.
      2. A cement of quicklime and water, mixed with plaster of Paris or sand for use as a finishing coat in plastering
      3. A soft, plastic mixture of finely powdered chalk and linseed oil, used to secure glass panes, fill small cracks, etc.
      1. A small, lemon-shaped, greenish-yellow citrus fruit with a juicy, sour pulp, rich in ascorbic acid
      2. Any of various mineral and industrial forms of calcium oxide differing chiefly in water content and percentage of constituents such as magnesia, silica, alumina, and iron.
      3. A white substance, calcium oxide, CaO, obtained by the action of heat on limestone, shells, and other material containing calcium carbonate, and used in making mortar and cement, and, when hydrated, in neutralizing acid soil
      1. A substance, such as dried clay or cement, used to pack and seal pipe joints and other connections or coat a porous surface in order to make it tight.
      2. A clayey cement used to keep the joints of pipes from leaking and as a sealing agent generally
      3. An old stringed instrument related to the guitar, with a body shaped like half a pear and six to thirteen strings stretched along the fretted neck, which is often bent to form a sharp angle
      1. Any of various similar adhesives, such as paste, mucilage, or epoxy.
      2. An adhesive force or factor:
      3. A hard, brittle gelatin made by boiling animal skins, bones, hoofs, etc. to a jelly: when heated in water, it forms a sticky, viscous liquid used to stick things together
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      1. To join or fasten (two things together, or one thing with or to another); link; couple
      2. To join to or by means of a communications circuit:
      3. To establish a rapport or relationship; relate:
      1. To affix conspicuously, usually with a paste:
      2. To cover or hide with or as if with a coat of plaster:
      3. To cover conspicuously, as with things pasted on; overspread:
      1. To attack with mortar shells
      2. To bombard with mortar shells.
      3. To plaster or join with mortar.
      1. To issue a surety bond or a fidelity bond for.
      2. To cohere with a bond.
      3. To connect or fasten with or as with a bond; bind
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