I will kill your parents, cut them to pieces with a handsaw, do you f--king understand me?
Every farmer has an axe or two, some sort of a handsaw and a nail hammer.
Scott had carried out a handsaw which was kept in the pilot-house in readiness for any emergency, as well as an axe and a hatchet.
To know a hawk from a hernshaw is an ancient proverb, sometimes corrupted into handsaw.
It has since been corrupted into the absurd vulgar proverb, “not to know a hawk from a handsaw!”
In Suffolk and Norfolk it is pronounced harnsa, from which to handsaw is but a single step.
Men whose sole wealth consisted in an auger, a handsaw, and a gun, were pushing into the prairies and the forests.
In my opinion he was so scairt he couldn't 'a' told a hennock from a handsaw anyway.
I am but mad north-north-west: when the wind is southerly, I know a hawk from a handsaw.
You are sure she picked the handsaw up by the handle, are you?