fill ( fill in, filling )
1. The heavy paper pasted to the insides of the
boards within the edges of the turn-ins. See also:
FILLING IN (1) .
2. The paper used to fill out albums bound with
stubs so as to make the book of equal thickness
from fore edge to spine for purposes of trimming,
casing-in, etc. 3. The material used to fill a
fabric. See: BOOK
CLOTH ; BUCKRAM 4. See: FENCE (2) . 5. See:
SPINE LINING (1) .
6. See: LOADING
(2) . 7. See: WEFT . (274 ), 341)