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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of adze.

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Examples

  • From walking a single block, one can experience centuries of wear, old braces, native repairs, and heavily adzed surfaces.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • It is probably not far off a hundred years old, and the seat, originally adzed and spokeshaved into shape, has been subtly worn, polished and rendered even more comfortable by generations of shifting bottoms.

    Wildwood

  • From walking a single block, one can experience centuries of wear, old braces, native repairs, and heavily adzed surfaces.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • From walking a single block, one can experience centuries of wear, old braces, native repairs, and heavily adzed surfaces.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • It is probably not far off a hundred years old, and the seat, originally adzed and spokeshaved into shape, has been subtly worn, polished and rendered even more comfortable by generations of shifting bottoms.

    Wildwood

  • From walking a single block, one can experience centuries of wear, old braces, native repairs, and heavily adzed surfaces.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • He had pulled out an ancient door from the massreiya, frame and all, and found it was hand adzed all the way around.

    A House in Fez

  • He had pulled out an ancient door from the massreiya, frame and all, and found it was hand adzed all the way around.

    A House in Fez

  • He had pulled out an ancient door from the massreiya, frame and all, and found it was hand adzed all the way around.

    A House in Fez

  • He had pulled out an ancient door from the massreiya, frame and all, and found it was hand adzed all the way around.

    A House in Fez

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