hot wire

[ verb hot-wahyuh r; adjective hot-wahyuh r ]SEE DEFINITION OF hot wire

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When a crack appears, move the hot wire and the crack will follow.

He knew it would be like probing Baker's flesh with a hot wire.

A sting that pierces my arm like a hot wire—too sharp almost to be sore.

Then a puncture, as from a hot wire, entered the skin of his breast.

A little sting pierced my arm like a hot wire; too sharp almost to be sore, and my rifle fell from me.

This is made from a deer skin prepared to resemble parchment, stretched on a hoop and perforated full of holes with a hot wire.

The thin screaming came again, like a hot wire drawn down the gelid morning.

Simply this: The hot wire rarefied the air in contact with it, but it did not equally lighten the floating matter.

The lever magnifies the motion of the center of the hot wire part of our meter so that we can see it easier.

At one time eight men burned spots on their faces and hands with hot wire, and then sprinkled the spots with black pepper.

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