Definitions for "Filling"
That which is used to fill a cavity or any empty space, or to supply a deficiency; as, filling for a cavity in a tooth, a depression in a roadbed, the space between exterior and interior walls of masonry, the pores of open-grained wood, the space between the outer and inner planks of a vessel, etc.
Pertaining to a material that is used to replace part of a tooth that is decayed, fractured or mal-formed. These materials include metal alloys, porcelain and synthetic resins.
depositing of materials into wetland areas to create more land.
Keywords:  weft, woof, selvage, crosswise, warp
The woof in woven fabrics.
Horizontal yarn that interlaces with the lengthwise warp to create fabric.
The yarn that runs at right angles to the warp in a woven fabric.
The opposite of deepening. The term is commonly applied to a low pressure system rather than a high pressure system.
The opposite of deepening. A general increase in the central pressure of a low pressure system.
An increase in the central pressure of a pressure system; opposite of a deepening. More commonly applied to a low rather than a high.
a piece of wood fitted on a timber, to make up a want or defect
It refers to filling of natural pores in wood in order to make it more smooth and reflective.
step in furniture finishing, where wood pores are filled with a substance, typically, finely ground soil), to cause the surface to be smoother, flatter, and more reflective when complete.
The confection inside the chocolates.
Anything inside a chocolate candy: ganache, praline, gianduja, or nougatine.
Clogging of the abrasive coat by swarf (the workpiece cuttings, dust, oil, grain particles, etc. created by abrading action). It can be reduced in many operations by using an open coat construction or a lubricant.
Keywords:  cake, pudding, cream, layers, preserves
A food paste, often fruit or cream-based, dividing or contained within cake layers.
Icing, preserves or pudding spread between layers of cake to add flavor and to keep the layers together.
Keywords:  wort, cleanse, ale, prepared, added
Prepared wort added to ale to cleanse it.
Filling involves re-formatting text so that each line extends as far to the right as possible without any words being broken or any text extending past a predefined right-hand column.
Filling text means moving text from line to line so that all the lines are approximately the same length. See section ¥Æ¥­¥¹¥È¤ÎµÍ¤á¹þ¤ß.
Filling text means shifting text between consecutive lines so that all the lines are approximately the same length. See section T.5 Filling Text. Some other editors call this feature `line wrapping.'
Keywords:  pastry, sandwiches, mixture, food
a food mixture used to fill pastry or sandwiches etc.
Drawing and then catching a full house, flush, or straight.
Keywords:  something, flow, act, container
flow into something (as a container)
the act of filling something