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joggle joint[′jäg·əl ‚jȯint]
In masonry or stonework, a joint between two blocks in which a projection on one fits into a recess in another.
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A notch or projection in one piece of material, which is fitted to a projection or notch in a second piece, to prevent one piece from slipping past the other.See also: Joint
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1. A joint between two blocks of material (such as masonry) which fit one into the other by a joggle, 1. 2. Same as joggle, 2.
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