from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A case for carrying tweezers safely, as about the person, or on a journey.
- n. Same as tweeze, 1.
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Alice was sensible that the tweezer-case mentioned in the indictment had been given her, and was under a thousand frights and fears that it should be discovered and was above all wondrous careful of her landlady, that she did not go any more to the trials that Sessions.
A very rich tweezer-case, containing twelve instruments for the use of each hour in the day.
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