- v. Simple past tense and past participle of whittle.
“The stock looked like it was whittled from a plank instead of a blank, so I purchased another "95% completed" stock and did the outside shaping myself, but another fellow inletted the barreled action.”
“THE Miyamoto Musashi, for his most famous battle, made a very powerful wooden sword whittled from a dead tree limb.”
“Or are these things that then get kind of whittled away as politics?”
“Are these things that then get kind of whittled away as politics ...”
“This is this list that I've "whittled" down to so far:”
“With others, more important or less easily imposed upon, he "whittled" sociably in the fence-corners, talked solemnly in conspicuous places, and always looked confidential and mysterious.”
“By ten o'clock it was clear that M. Pierre de Witt was elected by a majority too large to be 'whittled' away, and that the surreptitious appearance of the Republicans in the field had served only to emphasize their political weakness.”
“Well, the Supreme Court finally, after a long time, kind of whittled away at that and said, yes, they have the right of habeas corpus.”
“We kind of whittled it down as we would get to 100, and then get to 50, and then we ended up mixing about 37, picking from that.”
“The prevailing aesthetic wasn't crafty, exactly - and it certainly wasn't decorative - but it was definitely hand-hewn, mostly in wood, with a less-is-more, whittled-down vibe (and I use the word ''whittled'' advisedly).”
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