One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘it is easier to splice than any other rope of similar construction’
interweave, braid, plait, entwine, intertwine, interlace, knit, mesh
join, unite, connect, bind, fasten, tie
‘they paid £15,000 for a wedding package and ended up getting spliced in a car park’
get married, marry, wed, get wed, become husband and wife, become man and wife, plight one's troth
tie the knot, get hitched, get yoked, take the plunge, say ‘I do’
divorce, get divorced
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