- toʻifafautoʻi atigifigota
Noun(1) an edge tool used to cut and shape wood
(1) A man sat near his house using an adze to sculpt a handle for his bill-hook.(2) The whole thing is hand-carved, as you can see by the adze marks on the frames.(3) I could easily plane a length of wood or weld up sheet metal, but would I be as effective if all I had to work with was an adze or forge?(4) I lift out one ax, twirl it, slam in the adze , and gingerly test it.(5) Two cold oranges arrive, looking as if they've been peeled with an adze .(6) The large upright stone also bears the marks of where new adze heads were ground and sharpened.(7) They are simply tools, just like an axe or adze , and only as good as the person using them.(8) He shapes the chairs by using a chainsaw and a chair maker's adze .(9) Hand tools like the axe and the adze have thousands of years of history.(10) Tools consist now of bone, wood and stone, made up as an adze , knife blade, borer, arrow or spearhead.(11) On the other side is an adze for chopping steps and clearing rotten ice for screws.(12) A carpenter with his adz is an example for the second type of motion.(13) Technical ice tools are available with either bent or straight shafts and either hammerheads or adzes .(14) Stone tools include delicately made blades, microburins, burins, scrapers, and adzes .(15) In the Middle Ages flooring began to be used rough - hewn planks, shaped by broad ax and foot adz .(16) Specialized war weapons may be lacking - after all, war can be fought with such ordinary tools as adzes or hunting spears.
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