- v. Simple past tense and past participle of saw.
“When Silicon Valley has it sfiber chain sawed, people are down.”
“I once witnessed a 7 pt being sawed from a barbed wire fence when I was about 8.”
“I agree with Mr. Broussard that the totem pole needs to be chain sawed down, but not the Federal totem pole, but rather the State and Local government totem poles.”
“Some of the more reckless boys had skated out to the steamboat channel, which had been sawed from the open water in the middle of the lake, so that the freight boats from Lumberport and Keyport could get to their docks.”
“There was one general exception to this assignment of cooking duties to women: when men were out fishing, they cooked a meal of stewed fish and potatoes for themselves in sawed-off puncheon tubs insulated with clay and rocks; but it was common for women to prepare the men's grub boxes, which contained all the items, other than fish, that the men would require for their mug-up on the boat, such as tea, molasses, bread, and perhaps a piece of gingerbread.”
“One of the intruders was armed with what police described as a sawed-off gun.”
“He was carrying what police described as a sawed-off gun and wore dark clothing.”
“But we're not sure what to call his sawed-off belly putter with an oversized grip.”
“Hey I have been called a sawed off little prick a few times, but I have never sent anybody the pictures to prove it!”
“Indeed, like Icky Vicky, the Evoque has a kind of sawed-off, famished look.”
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After the school bully breaks your new yo-yo, you can use these words to describe it. All hail the carnage!
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