- a tool for dressing stone, having adjustable, pointed, steel rods held in a slot at the end of the handle.
Origin of crandall
- Prudence,1803–90, U.S. educator and civil-rights activist.
Examples from the Web for crandall
Contemporary Examples of crandall
“Sometimes elevating the heart rate will cause additional pounding in your head,” says Crandall.
White and Crandall agree that low-intensity workouts are ideal.
Historical Examples of crandall
He spoke to Doctor Crandall about it immediately upon his return to the office.Pretty Madcap Dorothy
Laura Jean Libbey
"No human bein' could have stood up agin that blow," Crandall said afterwards.Prairie Folks
And it appears by the case of Crandall v. the State, reported in 10 Conn.
Crandall said he had received them just as he was leaving New York, on his way to this District.
He saw in Crandall's shop two or three of them, not more than three.