gasket : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n seal consisting of a ring for packing pistons or sealing a pipe joint
- When it picks up a slightly defective gasket in its gray steel claw, it immediately senses something wrong, flicks the gasket to one side and picks up another.
- Stock picker and professional gasket blower Jim Cramer trained his bulging eyes on Washington, accusing Obama of "the greatest wealth destruction I've ever seen by a President.
- The internal engine has cylinder heads which cost $600, sealed pistons at $250, a head gasket set for $215, a timing set for $265, and a $60 oil pan.
- Carl Froch in GMA news.tv
I felt I caught him cold in the first round, but I didn't want to blow a gasket in the first round, so I kept my composure and used my experience,Froch said.
- John Howard in The Age
My plane's been delayed. It blew a gasket or something or other,Mr Howard told Southern Cross Broadcasting. "It's a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) plane but they sometimes have faults. It never bothers me, the RAAF run a very good show...
- Juli Inkster in USA Today
It's going to be a grind,Inkster said. "You've just got to hang tough and try not to blow a gasket out there."