biscuit joiner

noun

Definition of biscuit joiner

woodworking

  1. :  a tool that cuts slots in boards for biscuit joints The naysayers state that a biscuit joint is a shortcut to get out of making an arguably stronger and more time-consuming joint: the mortise and tenon. Then there's the biscuit joiner users who are rolling on the floor laughing. — Popular Woodworking, November 2000

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First Known Use of biscuit joiner

1988


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