Judge emery rose and buttoned his coat about his spare figure.
A finisher can always alter the thickness of a gouge with emery paper.
The glass is ground with emery to the correct spherical figure as given by a spherometer.
Judge emery broke in, impatient of this fantastic word-bandying.
The emery cloth is wrapped around the file and the same motion is continued.
Judge emery clapped him on the shoulder with a rough friendliness.
"Just so," resumed emery quietly after de Marmont's violent storm of wrath had subsided.
Mrs. emery sank into a seat with a gesture of utter impatience.
Or, apply turpentine or kerosene, and after allowing to stand over night, clean with emery cloth.
Mrs. emery returned to her list, pursing up her lips and wagging her head.
"granular mixture used as an abrasive," late 15c., from Middle French émeri, from Old French esmeril, from Italian smeriglo, from Vulgar Latin *smyrilium, from Greek smyris "abrasive powder" used for rubbing and polishing, probably a non-Greek word, perhaps from a Semitic source.