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double-bitted ax

Syllabification: dou·ble-bit·ted ax

Definition of double-bitted ax in English:

noun

An ax with two blades.
Example sentences
  • Dudley, ex-logger and machinist, hews away mightily on 20-foot redwood sculptures with a double-bitted ax.

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