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- n. A specialized tool used to finish concrete slabs. A stiff, wooden or metal wedge or triangle, it is used to smooth and level the surface of wet concrete.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A plasterer's float, having two handles; -- used in smoothing ceilings, etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. plural Handcuffs.
- n. A plasterers' tool consisting of a thin strip of wood about 3 or 3½ feet long and 7 inches broad, with two handles at the back, used for floating a ceiling.
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"darby," what Dickens aptly referred to as a "pot-hat," what, in one highly diverting form, is sometimes referred to on the other side as a
But airs must be maintained if one wishes to become the presidential candidate for the GOP darby
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Kids are exhorted as a "lads," and when they play their crosstown rivals in the annual "derby," it's naturally pronounced "darby."
However, I do own a simply wonderful kelly green darby that I got the owner of our local costume place to order for me precisely for this occasion.
Maybe you're interested in a local weather reports for business purposes, and maybe that you're just interested whether you local team won the darby (ph).
"Will, he wahn the darby doncher know; and a harse like that you don't eat awl at once, now do yer?"
This Sam is a Sioux, an a mighty decent buck, considerin 'he's Injun; Sam is servin' the Great Father as a scout with the diag'nal-coat, darby-hat sharp I mentions.