How to use bradawl in a sentence
The animal can then usually be removed with a bradawl, or, better still, a sail needle stuck into a cork.Beautiful Shells of New Zealand | E. G. B. Moss
They went out and bought a one-inch auger and a three-sixteenths bradawl, a thick footstool and a satchel.The Pit Prop Syndicate | Freeman Wills Crofts
It is a bradawl, and its handle bears the name of Grandidier, which is that of a man who keeps some well-known metal works.
For a whole week the press had been busy with the bradawl found under the entrance of the Duvillard mansion.
I'm very well aware that my affair's clear enough as they've found that bradawl and know me.
British Dictionary definitions for bradawl
an awl used to pierce wood, leather, or other materials for the insertion of brads, screws, etc
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