Wane

Bark, or lack of wood from any cause, on edge or corner of a piece of wood.
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Wane

• (n.) The natural curvature of a log or of the edge of a board sawed from a log. • (v. i.) To decline; to fail; to sink. • (n.) Decline; failure; diminution; decrease; declension. • (n.) An inequality in a board. • (n.) The decrease of the illuminated part of the moon to the eye of a spectator. • (v. i.) To be diminis...
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Wane

Wane intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Waned ; present participle & verbal noun Waning .] [ Middle English wanien , Anglo-Saxon wanian , wonian , from wan , won , deficient, wanting; aki...
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Wane

Wane noun 1. The decrease of the illuminated part of the moon to the eye of a spectator. 2. Decline; failure; diminution; decrease; declension. « An age in which the church is in its wane .» South. « Though the year be on the wane .»
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Wane

Wane transitive verb To cause to decrease. [ Obsolete] B. Jonson.
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Wane

A defect in a piece of lumber or timber, caused by bark that was not removed or a beveled edge.
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wane

a gradual decline (in size or strength or power or number)
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wane

A lumber defect referring to the absence of wood or the presence of bark along an edge or corner.
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Wane

an edge of a sawn board where the bark or surface of the trunk remains.
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wane

The absence of wood on any face or edge of a piece of timber, leaving exposed the original underbark surface with or without bark
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wane

wane, waning, waned 1. Lose size; become smaller gradually. 2. Decline in power, influence, or importance. 3. Decline in strength or intensity. 4. Draw to a close. 5. On the wane, growing less; waning. Although wane is from Old English and Old Frisian and not from Latin nor Greek, it is included here because it is considered a synonym of decre...
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wane

[v] - become smaller 2. [v] - decrease in phase
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