Buy a sharpener, or pay a professional for frequent sharpenings.
The mechanic, the hireling, the sharpener of tools, he must never keep more than a day.
It is wonderful what a sharpener of the poor wits hunger is!
War is not a sharpener of wits; and I am afraid I gave great offence by keeping my head in this matter of Irish recruiting.
Opposition is a sharpener of the wits; and she found Kenwick invaluable in his character of universal sceptic.
You can carry it loose in your pocket without fear of injuring the sharpener or yourself.
He sold only one sharpener the first afternoon, but he had a request for a pocketknife, which we delivered the next day.
"Well, I'll show you," and here I put my sharpener on the counter.
I put the pencil in the sharpener, gave it two or three turns, and out it came with the point nicely rounded and sharpened.
For a sharpener wrap a piece of fine emery paper about a square stick and tack it down.