drivescrew, screw nail

A type of metal fastener; a helically threaded nail, driven with a hammer; has a higher withdrawal resistance than a nail with a plain shank; some types may be removed with a screwdriver.
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A bit of plastic tracking, a screwnail or two, a couple of widths of material, and you were in business.