How did you whittle all that material into the final shape of the film?
Neither Cipriani nor whittle responded to requests for comment.
In spite of his new entrepreneurial vision, whittle maintains his good feelings towards the Pacha owners.
He is not good for mooch, but he like that whittle kind of work, I know.
"Yes; I get a lot of help from you while there's a stick to whittle," replied the smith.
Now I am going to whittle just the top and a place where the hand will come in contact with the neck or shaft of the paddle.
P'raps as a sailor lad yuh could whittle out a pair to answer.
whittle the hub ends of the spokes to fit the holes in the spool hubs (Figs. 154 and 157).
Netting is taught, and the soldiers are encouraged to whittle.
Well, then, lay it right down; I ain't a goin' to have you whittle till you can make one for yourself.
1550s, "to cut thin shavings from (something) with a knife," from Middle English whittel "a knife" (c1400), variant of thwittle (late 14c.), from Old English þwitan "to cut," from Proto-Germanic *thwitanan (cf. Old Norse þveita "to hew"). Figurative sense is attested from 1746. Related: Whittled; whittling.