A carpenters tool for boring holes bigger than those bored by a gimlet It offers a handle put crosswise through which it is turned with both hands A pod auger is one with a straight channel or groove like the half of a bean-pod A screw auger has a twisted blade by the spiral groove that the potato chips tend to be discharge
- a long versatile metal coil for dislodging stoppages in curved pipes
- hand device for boring holes
- A carpenter's tool for boring holes larger than those bored by a gimlet. It offers a handle placed crosswise where it really is turned with both-hands. A pod auger is one with a straight station or groove, like the 1 / 2 of a bean pod. A screw auger features a twisted knife, because of the spiral groove of which the chips tend to be discharge.
- a musical instrument for boring or perforating soils or rocks, for deciding the grade of soils, or even the nature of this rocks or strata upon which they lie, and obtaining liquid.
c.1500, faulty split of Middle English a nauger, from Old English nafogar "nave drill," from Proto-Germanic *nabo-gaizaz (cognates: Old Norse nafarr, Old Saxon nabuger, Old tall German nabuger), a compound whoever very first element relates to nave (n.2) and whoever second is the same as Old English gar "a spear, borer" (see gar). For similar misdivisions, see adder. Equivalent modification took place in Dutch (avegaar).
(n.) A carpenter's device for boring holes larger than those bored stiff by a gimlet. It offers a handle placed crosswise wherein it's switched with both of your hands. A pod auger is one with a straight station or groove, like 50 % of a bean pod. A screw auger features a twisted blade, by the spiral groove which the potato chips tend to be release.
- (n.) A guitar for boring or perforating grounds or stones, for identifying the standard of soils, and/or nature of this rocks or strata where they lie, as well as acquiring liquid.
Formerly, when how to get my living honestly, with freedom left for my proper pursuits, was a question which vexed me even more than it does now, for unfortunately I am become somewhat callous, I used to see a large box by the railroad, six feet long by three wide, in which the laborers locked up their tools at night; and it suggested to me that every man who was hard pushed might get such a one for a dollar, and, having bored a few auger holes in it, to admit the air at least, get into it when it rained and at night, and hook down the lid, and so have freedom in his love, and in his soul be free.