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Spell check of chisel

Correct spelling: chisel

band saw, miter box, level, blowtorch, flail, scythe, coping saw, pickax, drill press, jointer, handsaw, spade, betray, Allen wrench, scissors, tire iron, euchre, saw, bench drill, defraud, bit, gyp, nobble, arc welder, hatchet, emery wheel, claw hammer, tool, wrecking bar, squeeze, trim, cold chisel, calipers, buzz saw, skunk, file, rip off, trick, do in, flimflam, wrench, awl, shortchange, chouse, do, stick, plane, chicane, honest, applicator, bellows, jackknife, blade, cozen, shaft, dupe, chase, crosscut saw, keyhole saw, stapler, hose, rook, fiddle, circular saw, bilk, thimblerig, vise, sledgehammer, knife, cheat, stiff, take, chain saw, spoke shave, ball-peen hammer, tin snips, jockey, gaff, snips, con, hedge trimmer, axe, crowbar, machete, blowlamp, box end wrench, bow saw, hacksaw, edge, entrap, grapnel, hustle, beat, planer, mallet, skin, back saw, deceive, shears, adjustable wrench, square, spanner, jigsaw, string along, cheat on, pick, grindstone, cut, chop, wedge, victimize, screwdriver, ream, hammer, gouge, radial arm saw, short, punch, ripsaw, pluck, auger, mulct, welder, pipe wrench, wander, shake down, sting, crimp, sickle, monkey wrench, bradawl, gull, edger, shovel, lathe, bleed, swindle, lug wrench, cuckold, diddle, drill, posthole auger, trowel, double-cross, card, chip away, scroll saw, pliers, table saw.

Examples of usage:

1) The truthful man can look you in the eye and chisel out his words and you know he means it. - "Dollars and Sense", Col. Wm. C. Hunter.

2) Men's souls are starving to be fed with poetry and the versifiers polish and file and chisel verses on themes that interest no one. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

3) Of what the world calls art, whether the creation of the brush, the chisel, the loom, or the potter's oven, he had the most rudimentary conception. - "Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions", Slason Thompson.