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grub hoe

noun

  1. a heavy hoe for digging up roots, stumps, etc.


grub hoe

noun

  1. a heavy hoe for grubbing up roots Also calledgrubber


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It reminds us somewhat of the grub-hoe or mattock, and probably served a similar purpose—to break up the ground.

He stood studying, with the two men watching him, one leaning careless on a grub hoe.

Grub hoe: The form and dimensions of this tool are given, also the different steps in the process of forging.

First, parched lands of sage; the grub hoe and the mattock clear the way, and then the plow.

Then they gave him a shovel, and his two companions saw that he used it while they plied the grub-hoe.

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