gripping (part of speech: verb)
The shackles were riveted with soft wrought- iron rivets, evidently made with some sort of a power riveting-
- "Time Crime", H. Beam Piper.
When, however, the riveting
begins to bed the pin, four equidistant places may be riveted home in advance so as to bring the pin home and hold it firmly.
- "Modern Machine-Shop Practice, Volumes I and II", Joshua Rose.
Nom de dieu, Paul- Mayenne cried, half rising; but Lucas, leaning forward on the table, riveting
him with his keen eyes, went on: Do not mistake me, monsieur uncle.
- "Helmet of Navarre", Bertha Runkle.