Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of graver.

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Examples

  • All he had were handtools: gravers, tiny thin kerf saws, jewel cleavers, bruters and dops.

    Amber Room

  • And the scenesters are the result of melding hipsters and gravers, identifiable by their studded belts, tight clothing and maybe a black handkerchief in the back pocket.

    WATCH: The 'Amazing Strangers' Of Union Square

  • I have seen this day a marvel which, were it graven with needle-gravers on the eye-corners would be a warner to whoso will be warned?

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Prince of True Believers, my case is wondrous and my affair marvellous; were it graven with gravers on the eye-corners it were

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Thereupon the youth began, “Right wondrous and marvellous is my case and that of these fishes; and were it graven with gravers upon the eye corners it were a warner to whoso would be warned.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • “By Allah, O brother, thy faith is none other than exceeding faith and thy story right strange; were it graven with gravers on the eye corners, it were a warner to whoso would be warned.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Monday night club was decent, although unusually high incidence of gravers.

    catchup: misc. of a week

  • Extremely light hammer used to drive chisels and gravers for repousse and engraving.

    Hammers

  • The pitch bowl, gravers and chasing tools arrived.

    roland Diary Entry

  • When the ladies heard Ja'afar's words touching the Commander of the Faithful, the eldest came forward and said, "O Prince of True Believers, my story is one which were it graven with needle gravers upon the eye corners, were a warner for whoso would be warned and an example for whoso can take profit from example."

    Tehran Winter

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