from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. stonemason's chisel
- n. one who tools leather
- n. a criminal who defrauds a fruit machine and steals the money inside.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A stone-masons' chisel, from two to four inches broad, used for random tooling. Also called broad tool, and drove.
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But I've been looking forward tooler weather to wear more Onda, Chene, Fumerie Turque, PdE Cuir Ottoman, and L'Eau d'Hiver.
A five-tooler, he took awhile to break out, then was slowed by injuries in 2000 and 2001.
Rangers have Ivan Rodriguez and Rafael Palmeiro, but with the absence of firepower from Juan Gonzalez and Todd Zeile last year and rookie five-tooler Ruben Mateo out for the season with an injury, they don't have enough bats to get any kind of run going.
A five-tooler scouts have called the best position-player prospect in years, Harper has been baseball's version of LeBron James, projected for greatness, appearing on the cover of
Campbell: Florida is really flat, so I’m a bicycle, not like a power bicyclist, I’m a tooler.
BA says he’s an above-average runner, that his hands and not his range would be what moves him off 3b, and my favorite part, a potential 5 tooler.
A 3rd round pick who has 70 power but below-average athleticism is an upside pick, because he could be an elite hitter even though he’s not the 4 or 5 tooler you’d want earlier in the draft.