verb (used with object), cold-chis·eled, cold-chis·el·ing or (especially British) cold-chis·elled, cold-chis·el·ling.
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Then we looked out a nice flagstone in the stable-yard, and we got a cold-chisel out of the dentist's tool-box, and began.The Wouldbegoods|E. Nesbit
Both of the men set to work to find a blacksmith's cold-chisel, feeling and fumbling all over the disorderly shop.The Graysons|Edward Eggleston
Let us pray, my friend, for a cold-chisel—when my friend Buckhurst returns.The Maids of Paradise|Robert W. (Robert William) Chambers
Through triple thicknesses of sacking, he struck a cold-chisel on the face of a rock.Smoke Bellew|Jack London
Queer kind of break; looks like you'd pried the link apart with a cold-chisel.Behind the Line|Ralph Henry Barbour