She borrowed a saw from the farmer.
For example, I was full two and forty days making me a board for a long shelf, which I wanted in my cave; whereas two sawyers with their tools, and a saw-pit, would have cut six of them out of the same tree in half a day.
A device, such as a saw, used to perform or facilitate manual or mechanical work.
A small but useful change for Silverstone, these elements now feature a saw-tooth profile at the base, similar to the design used Ferrari.
A graph of cash held over time would look like a sawtooth, regularly leaping up and sloping down.
A groove or notch made a cutting tool, such as a saw or an ax
The villagers set up a saw - mill at the foot of the mountain.
I saw a saw saw a sea - saw in a saw - mill.
He believes a saw - toothed advance will characterize a recovery this autumn.
He started stealing from trust funds and used a sawn - off shotgun in a failed bank robbery.