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sander

1

[ san-der ]

noun

  1. a person or thing that sands or sandpapers.


Sander

2

[ san-der ]

noun

  1. a male given name, form of Alexander.

sander

/ ˈsændə /

noun

  1. a power-driven tool for smoothing surfaces, esp wood, plastic, etc, by rubbing with an abrasive disc
  2. a person who uses such a device


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Word History and Origins

Origin of sander1

First recorded in 1620–30; sand + -er 1

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Example Sentences

Sander, you created an online interactive game called Bad News, in which players can invent conspiracies and act as fake news producers.

This sander features a 3-amp motor for 12,000 orbits per minute.

This variable-speed sander starts at 8,000 OPM and revs up to 12,000 OPM to help attack spots that really need grinding.

This inexpensive tool is a solid entry-level sander, or one for smaller jobs.

Back then, Sander hopped on a train to Vienna only 24 hours before the borders closed, and promptly learned that all his performances for the usually busy spring and summer seasons had been called off.

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The New York Times  writes that on April 28, Tripp even got away with $5,841.14 worth of clothing from Jil Sander.

This date was noted last week by Sander Levin, the ranking Democrat on the House Ways and Means Committee.

"I really like Jil Sander, but it's so expensive," she said.

A year later, Sander resigned due to reported conflicts with Prada's CEO Patrizio Bertelli.

George had written to committee Democrat Sander Levin denying that “Progressive” was used as a screening term in 2010.

The principal street, “Sander,” is broad and cleanly paved in the middle with square stones, and at the sides with bricks.

The sander is easily placed in the lathe centers when needed, and the sandpaper may be replaced at any time.

It might be a portrait of Hendry or Sander bonneted in his glengarry, armed with a target, and trekking off with two terriers.

As soon, therefore, as the city fell I was to hasten thither and there meet Sander.

The letter was unsigned, but the handwriting that of my astute agent, Sander.

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