noun. a plant fiber used for making rope.
noun. Mexican or West Indian plant with large fleshy leaves yielding a stiff fiber used in e.g. rope.
1. Noun, singular or mass Wrap the sisal rope tightly around the post, gluing it in place every third side for a square post or every six inches for a round post. 2. Adjective Squeeze a thick line of hot glue across the bottom of the post and press the sisal rope firmly to the glue until it cools. 3. Noun, plural There are also several sisal rope scratching poles for variety. 4. Verb, base form From jute to sisal to seagrass or hemp, they impart a fabulous earthy texture to a space and offer lasting durability, among other advantages.