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n. [Anglo Saxon ] The fold or line on the surface of cloth formed by the sewing together of two different pieces;â€”a suture; â€”the juncture of planks in a ship's deck or sides; or the intervening line between the joints of the planks; â€”in geology, a vein or stratum of ore, coal, and the like; also, a thin layer or narrow vein between two thicker ones;â€”a scar; a cicatrix;â€”a weight or measure ; the quantity of eight bushels of grain; the quantity of 120 pounds of glass: a horseload of timber of about three hundredweight.