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go–devil

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noun go–dev·il \ˈgō-ˌde-vəl\

Definition of go–devil

  1. :  any of various devices: as a :  a cultivator with wooden runners b :  a weight formerly dropped in a bored hole (as of an oil well) to set off an explosive c :  a cleaning scraper propelled through a pipeline d :  a handcar or small gasoline car used on a railroad e :  a child's sled



1852

First Known Use of go–devil

1852


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