She also was handy, hammering nails into walls and using a heat gun to chisel glue off the floor.
You get two to three hours in a little studio to chisel away.
I know the drawer where he keeps his plunder, and I can buy a chisel on my way home.
He left the room, and returned in a few moments with a chisel.
Then, with a hammer and chisel, he attacked the copper bottom of the boiler.
It is better to cut full, and trim down to the lines with a chisel or plane.
It is used to reduce the face of limestones and sandstones to a condition ready for the chisel.
Jed whistled a few mournful bars and sharpened a chisel on an oilstone.
At first sight they appeared to be part of the solid planking of the deck, but on obtaining a chisel they were easily removed.
On this table were some sculptor's tools—a chisel and a small mallet, with which she had been working.
early 14c., from Anglo-French cisel, Old French cisel "chisel," in plural, "scissors, shears" (12c., Modern French ciseau), from Vulgar Latin *cisellum "cutting tool," from Latin caesellum, diminutive of caesus, past participle of caedere "to cut" (see -cide). Related: Chiseled; chiseling.