The developer had erected a big sign amid the sawing and hammering.
A few days after this Squinty heard the noise of hammering and sawing wood outside the pig pen.
He gesticulated continuously, sawing the air with his hands.
In the sawing through a four-foot section of log I had to rest eight times.
Then he sawed off other prongs, but he did not know he was sawing.
The sound of sawing attracted him to Crickledon's shop, and the industrious carpenter soon put him on the tide of affairs.
sawing in, when grooves are made in the back with a saw to receive the bands.
He ascended to the roof by the ladder, and was soon cutting and sawing away.
He pointed to a figure in purple who was sawing a dead branch from an apple tree.
He butchered a beef and was sawing it up when Brother Brigham passed by.
toothed cutting tool, Old English sagu, from Proto-Germanic *sago "a cutting tool" (cf. Old English seax "knife," Old Norse sög, Norwegian sag, Danish sav, Swedish såg, Middle Dutch saghe, Dutch zaag, Old High German saga, German Säge "saw"), from PIE root *sek- "to cut" (cf. Latin secare "to cut," Russian sech' "to cut;" see section (n.)).
"proverb, saying, maxim," Old English sagu "saying, discourse, speech, study, tradition, tale," from Proto-Germanic *saga-, *sagon- (cf. Middle Low German, Middle Dutch sage, zage, German Sage "legend, fable, saga, myth, tradition," Old Norse saga "story, tale, saga"), from PIE root *sek(w)- "to say, utter" (see say (v.)).
past tense of see; from Old English plural sawon.