The correct position of the printed matter, the widths of head, tail, and fore edge may be destroyed by careless cutting.
He rushed back to the fore edge of the roof and peered over.
Sometimes the leaf when inserted will extend beyond the fore edge of the book.
After a few operations like this the back of the book becomes rounded and the fore edge concave.
The folded edge of signatures at the head, fore edge and tail of books.
If the back of the book seems to be much thicker than the fore edge, pound down with a backing-hammer.
Luff—The fore edge of a sail, also an order to bring a vessel closer to the wind.
A hook or catch for fastening the covers of a book together, usually at the fore edge.
In manipulating the fore edge, open the book slightly, fasten the edge in this oblique position and then lightly apply the color.
She is built of wood and is 200 feet long from taffrail to fore edge of stem.