noun gas·ket \ˈgas-kət\

: a piece of rubber or some other material that is used to make a tight seal between two parts that are joined together

Full Definition of GASKET

:  a material (as rubber) or a part (as an O-ring) used to make a joint fluid-tight

Origin of GASKET

perhaps modification of French garcette
First Known Use: circa 1889

Rhymes with GASKET


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