Definitions

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  • n. stonemason's chisel
  • n. one who tools leather
  • n. a criminal who defrauds a fruit machine and steals the money inside.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A stone-masons' chisel, from two to four inches broad, used for random tooling. Also called broad tool, and drove.

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Examples

  • But I've been looking forward tooler weather to wear more Onda, Chene, Fumerie Turque, PdE Cuir Ottoman, and L'Eau d'Hiver.

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  • A five-tooler, he took awhile to break out, then was slowed by injuries in 2000 and 2001.

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  • Rangers have Ivan Rodriguez and Rafael Palmeiro, but with the absence of firepower from Juan Gonzalez and Todd Zeile last year and rookie five-tooler Ruben Mateo out for the season with an injury, they don't have enough bats to get any kind of run going.

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  • A five-tooler scouts have called the best position-player prospect in years, Harper has been baseball's version of LeBron James, projected for greatness, appearing on the cover of

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  • Campbell: Florida is really flat, so I’m a bicycle, not like a power bicyclist, I’m a tooler.

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  • BA says he’s an above-average runner, that his hands and not his range would be what moves him off 3b, and my favorite part, a potential 5 tooler.

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  • A 3rd round pick who has 70 power but below-average athleticism is an upside pick, because he could be an elite hitter even though he’s not the 4 or 5 tooler you’d want earlier in the draft.

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