Definition of Keyhole saw
1. Noun. A handsaw with a long narrow blade for cutting short radius curves; similar to a compass saw.
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Literary usage of Keyhole saw
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1. Tools and Machines by Charles Barnard (1903)
"with stiff blades strengthened by a thicker piece of „ . , v ' Keyhole-saw steel at the back of the blade. Such saws are often used in fine joinery and ..."
2. Cyclopedia of Architecture, Carpentry, and Building: A General Reference by American Technical Society (1917)
"keyhole saw. Fig. 25 shows a set of saw blades which are intended to be fastened ... keyhole saw with Detachable Blades Planes. Timber comes from the mills ..."
3. A French-English Military Technical Dictionary by Cornélis De Witt Willcox (1899)
"... à guichet., keyhole saw, compass saw; horizontale, horizontal saw; à lame sans fin, ... science; à voleur, keyhole saw. fíe la querré, science of war: ..."
4. The Sloyd System of Wood Working by Benjamin B. Hoffman, Otto Aron Salomon (1892)
"Lay out the position of the oval opening in the top piece, and make same with center-bit, keyhole saw, knife, and file (boring two holes with center-bit, ..."
5. Surgical Operations: A Handbook for Students and Practitioners by Friedrich Pels-Leusder (1912)
"If we want to saw deep and do not have much space for motion, the so-called keyhole saw (Fig. 98) comes in handy, though it is held in great abhorrence by ..."
6. Practical Aeronautics: An Understandable Presentation of Interesting and by Charles Brian Hayward (1912)
"... number for defective pieces and breakage) for about $2 The builder then cuts the notches and makes the oval openings witl an auger and keyhole saw. ..."
7. Practical Aviation: An Understandable Presentation of Interesting and by Charles Brian Hayward (1919)
"The builder then cuts the notches and makes the oval openings with an auger and keyhole saw. Of course, these holes need not be absolutely accurate, ..."