- n. Plural form of jigsaw.
“Why can't they mix the two movies and have the kids trapped in jigsaws clutches??”
“Various competitions namely jigsaws/puzzles, colouring, collage making, draw and colour and best out of waste for age groups 1.8 years to 6.6 years were held for all the children.”
“The work can be made much more efficient by the use of small electrically powered tools such as jigsaws, drills, sanders, woodworking lathes, and small grinding wheels which, even if imported, are of low cost and consume little energy.”
“It's like a jigsaw, but with key sections missing, and pieces from other jigsaws mixed in, he said.”
“With Mary hanging on my shoulder, we navigated as I shone the flashlight on our many obstacles: sawhorses, jigsaws, levels, the now tapeless toolbelt.”
“So many fine challenges come to mind, but the South African freedom-fighter puzzle and his "chaste Lord Archer vegetating" anagram of "The Old Vicarage, Grantchester" stand out, along with the alphabetical jigsaws and his bank holiday specials.”
“In Small Talk's experience, the sort of people who don't like Swedish thrash also tend to be the sort of people who are into such things as jigsaws ...”
“There are games, jigsaws, classical music, globes and children's craft kits available in the store, but undoubtedly the most exotic fruits at One Tree are the extensive selection of sheet music and the coffee bar that runs to light lunches.”
“The second floor has children's pop-up books, toys, gifts, homeware and jigsaws – perfect for those rainy holiday days.”
“The shop, which also sells jigsaws, music and children's educational games, hosts author readings and book signings and has links with local authors such as Sally Gardner, Ian Kelly, Iain Sinclair and John Hegley.”
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