Strickle



noun
1.
a straightedge used for sweeping off heaped-up grain to the level of the rim of a measure.
2.
Metallurgy. a template rotated to generate a mold surface symmetrical about one axis.
3.
an implement for sharpening scythes, composed typically of a piece of wood smeared with grease and sand.
verb (used with object), strickled, strickling.
4.
to sweep off or remove with a strickle.
noun
1.
Also called strike. a board used for sweeping off excess material in a container
2.
a template used for shaping a mould
3.
a bar of abrasive material for sharpening a scythe
verb
4.
(transitive) to level, form, or sharpen with a strickle

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