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administer to bring into operation or use; implement. [1/5 definitions]
branding iron a long-handled metal implement, usu. with a stamp or symbol at the end, that is heated and pressed against a surface, esp. the skin of a cow, to make a burn of a particular shape for identification.
calabash an implement, such as a drum, rattle, or bottle, made from the calabash gourd. [1/2 definitions]
carpet sweeper a long-handled, hand-operated household implement containing a rotating brush that sweeps dirt, lint, and the like from rugs and carpets.
charcoal a piece of charcoal or a pencil containing charcoal, used as a drawing implement. [1/7 definitions]
comb a thin, toothed implement used to untangle, style, or hold hair. [1/9 definitions]
crook a hooked implement, such as a shepherd's staff. [1/5 definitions]
curling iron a metal implement in the form of a rod that is heated, around which hair is wrapped in order to curl or wave it.
cut to pierce, slice, or hew with a sharp-edged implement such as a knife, ax, saw, or scissors. [2/25 definitions]
cutting edge the sharp edge of a cutting implement, such as scissors, a knife, or the like, that serves to cut or penetrate something. [1/2 definitions]
disk harrow a farming implement having sharp circular blades set at various angles to breakup plowed soil before planting.
drag an implement for dragging the bottom of a body of water to recover objects. [1/13 definitions]
engrave to cut (a design or lettering) into a hard, flat surface, as by a sharp implement or acid, often for the purpose of making a plate for printing. [1/4 definitions]
explorer an implement or instrument used to explore a wound, diseased tooth, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
flail a manual implement used to thresh grain, consisting of a long handle with a short, freely moving bar attached at one end. [1/6 definitions]
fork an implement with two or more prongs or tines, used to spear, dig, lift, or carry, esp. the one used for eating. [1/6 definitions]
gouge a damaging cut or hole made with a sharp implement or other sharp object. [1/7 definitions]
hand ax a primitive, handleless stone implement shaped and used like the head of an ax.
harrow a farm implement that has spikes or vertical disks mounted on a heavy frame and is used to break up and level plowed ground. [1/4 definitions]
innovate to propose or implement a new method, approach, idea, or the like; make inventive changes. [2 definitions]
integrate to remove cultural and racial restrictions from; implement use of or membership in by all types of people regardless of race or color. [2/5 definitions]