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crandall

[ kran-dl ]
/ ˈkræn dl /
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noun
a tool for dressing stone, having adjustable, pointed, steel rods held in a slot at the end of the handle.
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Origin of crandall

Probably after the proper name

Other definitions for crandall (2 of 2)

Crandall
[ kran-dl ]
/ ˈkræn dl /

noun
Prudence, 1803–90, U.S. educator and civil rights activist.
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