Hunting and fishing to hone the skills my father and grandfather passed onto me.
During World War II, Hitler recommended that his generals read May to hone their military prowess.
I find if I try to hone it as I go I lose my train of thought.
While muffins are cooling, in a medium bowl beat the cream cheese, hone,y and hot sauce with a hand mixer until soft and combined.
That gives Romney more time to hone his message, and Santorum another week to raise more money.
He put aside the file and reached for the hone, sleeking it along the bright metal ribbon of the new edge.
English name for a stone appears in hone, now used only of a whetstone.
Any one who reads the Diary can see that hone thoroughly approved of Irving.
They are published by hone himself, who I should have said was a publisher as well as was to be.
When hone died, Cruikshank insisted upon going to the funeral of his friend.
"whetstone," Old English han "stone, rock, (boundary) stone," in Middle English "whetstone" (early 14c.), from Proto-Germanic *haino (cf. Old Norse hein "hone"). The verb is 1788, from the noun. Related: Honed; honing.