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SLAB, adjective Thick; viscous. [Not used.]

SLAB, noun

1. A plane or table of stone; as a marble slab

2. An outside piece taken from timber in sawing it into boards, planks, _ c.

3. A puddle. [See Slop.]

SLABS OF TIN, the lesser masses which the workers cast the metal into. These are run into molds of stone.