tool (part of speech: noun)
grindstone, punch, band saw, sickle, miter box, hoe, file, level, shears, square, hedge trimmer, chain saw, crosscut saw, cold chisel, spoke shave, pliers, tool, lug wrench, hacksaw, spade, wedge, stapler, calipers, keyhole saw, auger, bow saw, shovel, wrecking bar, sledgehammer, claw hammer, emery wheel, screwdriver, chisel, trowel, monkey wrench, welder, hatchet, crowbar, ball-peen hammer, snips, back saw, scythe, saw, spanner, scissors, machete, planer, coping saw, tire iron, vise, grapnel, radial arm saw, jigsaw, scroll saw, hammer, circular saw, edger, wrench, axe, pipe wrench, drill, mallet, awl, pickax, bench drill, buzz saw, arc welder, jointer, table saw, drill press, tin snips, jackknife, knife, posthole auger, plane, lathe, pick, ripsaw, gouge
- The sole of the plane is formed of a plate of tempered steel about the thickness of a handsaw, according to the length required, and this plate is adapted to the curve, and is securely fixed at each end. - "Woodworking Tools 1600-1900", Peter C. Welsh.
- He should have been appointed Postmaster General; but that station belonged, by prescription, to the nobility- to some Lord Fitztoady or Earl Muttonhead, who could hardly tell a mail bag from a handsaw. - "Sketches of Reforms and Reformers, of Great Britain and Ireland", Henry B. Stanton.
- Folks tell me that you kin see the wind ef you'll take a handsaw at the right time of day, an' hold it so the breeze kin blow over it. - "The Bishop and the Boogerman", Joel Chandler Harris.