gouge[ gouj ]SEE DEFINITION OF gouge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOUGE
Gouge out that fellow's eye, the one that's got you by the shoulder, master.
You needn't try to gouge me out o' my rights because you're half-a-head taller.
Fig. 31 is a detail of a kind of gouge work which you must all know very well.
The gouge is a form of chisel, the blade of which is concave, and hence the edge curved.
A finisher can always alter the thickness of a gouge with emery paper.
In cutting, slant the chisel or gouge outwards at an angle of 45, thus /.
They formed beginnings, as it were, to guide the gouge or chisel.
These are some of the ways in which we attempt to gouge nature.
You will know him here and hereafter by his everlasting grip on the gouge.
"Through that gouge," and Pringle, with a nod, indicated a break in the hills.