Definition of Froe. Meaning of Froe. Synonyms of Froe

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Definition of Froe

Froe
Froe Froe (fr[=o]), n. [See Frow.] A dirty woman; a slattern; a frow. [Obs.] ``Raging frantic froes.' --Draylon.
Froe
Froe Froe, n. [See Frow the tool] An iron cleaver or splitting tool; a frow. [U. S.] --Bartlett.

Meaning of Froe from wikipedia

- A froe (or frow), shake axe or paling knife is a tool for cleaving wood by splitting it along the grain. It is an L-shaped tool, used by hammering one...
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- Frow or FROW may refer to: Froe, tool for cleaving wood by splitting it along the grain John Frow, Australian professor of English Toby Frow, director...
- Splitting axe is sometimes described as an old name for a splitting maul or froe. A cleaving axe resembles a felling axe but is heavier, more wedge shaped...
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- shocks. Their typical uses are either for glazier's work, or else as a light froe for splitting timber. The hacking knife is used to chop out old putty before...
- knife, chisel or blade in order to drive it through wood, similar to how a froe is used. The batoning method can be used to make kindling or desired forms...
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- splitting maul has a much wider angle than that of an axe. Axe Blade Wheel chock Froe Knife Log splitter Nail (fastener) Plug and feather Pushpin Quoin (printing)...
- as bolts. These bolts were quartered or split into wedges. A mallet and froe (or axe) were used to split or rive out thin pieces of wood. The wood species...
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