brander

[bran-der]
verb (used with object) Building Trades.
1.
to apply furring to (a surface).
verb (used without object)
2.
to apply furring.

Origin:
1865–70; back formation from brandering

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brand (brænd)
 
n
1.  a particular product or a characteristic that serves to identify a particular product
2.  a trade name or trademark
3.  a particular kind or variety: he had his own brand of humour
4.  an identifying mark made, usually by burning, on the skin of animals or (formerly) slaves or criminals, esp as a proof of ownership
5.  an iron heated and used for branding animals, etc
6.  a mark of disgrace or infamy; stigma: he bore the brand of a coward
7.  a burning or burnt piece of wood, as in a fire
8.  archaic, poetic or
 a.  a flaming torch
 b.  a sword
9.  a fungal disease of garden plants characterized by brown spots on the leaves, caused by the rust fungus Puccinia arenariae
 
vb
10.  to label, burn, or mark with or as with a brand
11.  to place indelibly in the memory: the scene of slaughter was branded in their minds
12.  to denounce; stigmatize: they branded him a traitor
13.  to give a product a distinctive identity by means of characteristic design, packaging, etc
 
[Old English brand-, related to Old Norse brandr, Old High German brant; see burn1]
 
'branding
 
n
 
'brander
 
n

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