You get two to three hours in a little studio to chisel away.
She also was handy, hammering nails into walls and using a heat gun to chisel glue off the floor.
I know the drawer where he keeps his plunder, and I can buy a chisel on my way home.
He pushed his feet about, hoping to tread on something that felt like a saw or chisel.
Then, with a hammer and chisel, he attacked the copper bottom of the boiler.
In leather loops on the door he found saw, ax, chisel, and hammer.
It is used to reduce the face of limestones and sandstones to a condition ready for the chisel.
"Lend me your hammer and a chisel, if you please, Mr. Dugdale," said the officer.
At first sight they appeared to be part of the solid planking of the deck, but on obtaining a chisel they were easily removed.
The painter has but the same pencil—the sculptor the chisel of centuries.
early 14c., from Anglo-French cisel, Old French cisel "chisel," in plural, "scissors, shears" (12c., Modern French ciseau), from Vulgar Latin *cisellum "cutting tool," from Latin caesellum, diminutive of caesus, past participle of caedere "to cut" (see -cide). Related: Chiseled; chiseling.