cold-chisel

[ kohld-chiz-uh l ]
/ ˈkoʊldˌtʃɪz əl /
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verb (used with object), cold-chis·eled, cold-chis·el·ing or (especially British) cold-chis·elled, cold-chis·el·ling.

to work upon (metal) with a cold chisel.

Nearby words

  1. cold wave,
  2. cold work,
  3. cold, common,
  4. cold-blooded,
  5. cold-blooded animals,
  6. cold-cock,
  7. cold-cure resin,
  8. cold-draw,
  9. cold-drawn,
  10. cold-hearted

Origin of cold-chisel

First recorded in 1690–1700

cold chisel

noun

a steel chisel used on cold metal.
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British Dictionary definitions for cold-chisel

cold chisel

noun

a toughened steel chisel
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