Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of hacksaw.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • You're hungry because, well, hacksawing is darn laborious.

    Chuck Norris, Bakery Defender

  • However, let's be clear – if The MacDonald Brothers win X Factor we're going to be spending our Christmas hacksawing England and Scotland apart.

    X Factor Betting Odds: MacDonald Brothers Out, Who’ll Win?

  • Did they think I rolled around hacksawing limbs or something?

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • DMZ Steve was at the vise hacksawing a piece of four-foot angle iron for a prop fouler.

    The Whale Warriors

  • For bigger cuts hacksawing, circular sawing (slitting) and band sawing machines are used.

    1. Purpose of sawing

  • Woods, meanwhile, tested how much hacksawing the bush behind him would allow, then hunkered down over the ball.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Pedroia went Freddy Krueger on the fairy tale, his third home run off the night hacksawing the

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • In New Mexico, the Hispanics keep putting up statues of Don Juan de Oñate, and the Native Americans keep hacksawing his feet off.

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  • So I figure, Plan B: Hacksaw, then after 20min of arm-in-a-shit-load-of-pain-hacksawing to go to Plan C: Tin Snips, then back to Plan B, then Plan C again, then finally Plan D: Hammer the hell out of it!

    Progressive Bloggers

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  • Happiness pro tip: Make hacksawing a folksy reading of hack-swing.

    April 20, 2015