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sy·pher  audio  (sfr) KEY 

TRANSITIVE VERB:
sy·phered, sy·pher·ing, sy·phers
To overlap and even (chamfered or beveled plank edges) so that they form a flush surface.

ETYMOLOGY:
Alteration of cipher, to chamfer away


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