wood screw

noun
any of various screws that have a slotted head and a gimlet point that permit them to be driven into wood with a screwdriver.

Origin:
1725–35

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To make the axles, use a wood screw to hold the center of each can to a half-inch-diameter wooden dowel.
The panels used for furring must be removable by sheet metal screws, wood screw attachment, or a similar method.
For bracing use steel rods, wood screw rods or machine threaded rods.
Loosening of wood screw and other fasteners has also led to crib incidents.
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