Judge emery rose and buttoned his coat about his spare figure.
I wonder if Snyder could have put that emery into the oil-cup himself?
The glass is ground with emery to the correct spherical figure as given by a spherometer.
At least Uncle emery had something to tell you, and I asked him to let me do it.
The emery cloth is wrapped around the file and the same motion is continued.
A finisher can always alter the thickness of a gouge with emery paper.
"Just so," resumed emery quietly after de Marmont's violent storm of wrath had subsided.
Judge emery broke in, impatient of this fantastic word-bandying.
Or, apply turpentine or kerosene, and after allowing to stand over night, clean with emery cloth.
Judge emery clapped him on the shoulder with a rough friendliness.
"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.