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Next to that, also at a 90 degree angle to the shaft, is an adze, a pear-sized steel point that can puncture the most solid walls and doors.
Boxley uses a handcrafted adze, designed with the aid of his grandfather.
At Schöneck, the lower leg bones of most of the young men showed a nearly identical pattern of blunt force breakage probably made by the Neolithic weapon of choice, the ax-like adze.
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Origin and Etymology of adze
ADZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of adze for English Language Learners
: a cutting tool that has a thin curved blade and is used for shaping wood
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