from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A cleaving tool having a heavy blade set at right angles to the handle.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a cleaving tool for splitting cask staves and shingles from the block
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A dirty woman; a slattern; a frow.
- n. An iron cleaver or splitting tool; a frow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See frow.
We had cedar shafts with clunky, glue on, dull as a froe broadheads!
Yu froe him a stik an sai “Fetch” an he luks at yu zif to sai “Yu fru it, yu fetch it!”
Mai kidz wil jus froe owt ebreefing wen dey hab tu clene up heer wen ai goze tu mete sum fur frenz at ranebo brij.
Wee getz it awl teh thyme wehn wee froe teh frizzbeez oar teh bawlz.
I dunno — ifn I shoad mai DL pitcher, dey mite froe up nawt-sekkund wifowt laffin…
March 28, 2008 at 1:10 pm wee eetz and drinkz awl dis stufz we be up awl nite froe upping.
Bush administration was claming that its Iraq adventure was directly responsible froe the advancement of democracy in
Finding this state of things inconvenient, he had proceeded to try to remove the remaining half-digit himself with a froe.
Say what you will regarding general utility; a froe is not a precision instrument.
Again, it is imperfect when the chilliness, flatness, the essential oils, the taste of earth and of cask, and above all, an excess of froe spirit, are manifestly noticed at the base of that organ.
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