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- adj. Having two ends.
- adj. to have a locomotive at each end
- adj. to have a driving cab at each end
- adj. to have a driver at each end
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of double-end.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I saw a double-ended hook in action once, wielded by a friend at Camp Stitches.
Then this morning I finally ordered acid-free tissue paper from Amazon, for putting the Princess away in; a double-ended crochet hook, inspired by your comment, Knitting08816; and finally (non-knit) an electronic key-finder, as I have had a couple of worrying and time-consuming searches recently for that valuable item.
The spread featured a photo of herself nude with tan lines and sporting a giant, double-ended dildo that was inserted in her vagina.
Veteran Medical makes a plastic double-ended ear curette.
Included with the 3RILL are two battery packs and a charger, a double-ended power-driving bit, and a carrying bag.
The peapod – so named because its double-ended and round-sided shape resembles a pea pod – is thought to have originated in the 1870s in Penobscot Bay and was the boat of choice on Matinicus for decades.
The work already done includes an expansive double-ended practice range and short-game training area.
The store manager said that man was walking around the front of the store with a double-ended adult sex toy "and at times he was placing it under his dress as if portraying it as his own sexual organ," according to the report.
She did not have to turn, even, being double-ended.
There was a double-ended spanner marked at one end 1 "and at the other 11/4".