miter

[n] - a liturgical headdress worn by bishops on formal occasions 2. [v] - confer a miter on, as of a bishop 3. [v] - bevel the edges of, to make a miter joint 4. [v] - fit together in a miter joint
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miter

mitre noun a liturgical headdress worn by bishops on formal occasions
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Miter

• (v. i.) Alt. of Mitre • (v. t.) Alt. of Mitre • (n.) Alt. of Mitre
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Miter

Mitering a corner makes a smooth, tidy finish to a 90-degree corner, neatly squaring the corners while creating a diagonal seam from the point of the corner to the inside edge. Mitering is used for quilts corners, craft projects, some vests and jackets, and sometimes on collars.
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Miter

A joint formed by fitting together two pieces beveled to a specific angle (usually 45 degrees) to form a corner
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Miter

The junction of two units at an angle, of which the junction line usually bisects on a 45
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Miter

The junction of two units at an angle of which the junction lines usually bisect on a 45 degree angle.
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Miter

To cut on an angle so that two edges joins without a space.
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