wire cloth

noun
a material of wires of moderate fineness, used for making strainers, manufacturing paper, etc.

Origin:
1790–1800

wire-cloth, adjective
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wire cloth
 
n
a mesh or netting woven from fine wire, used in window screens, strainers, etc

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Example sentences
Wire cloth shall be held taught with removable spline.
Remove as much material as practical without damaging the wire cloth.
He voted in the negative with respect to wire cloth, welded pipe, and seamless pipe.
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