Crowbar [noun]

Definition of Crowbar:

iron lever

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Sentence/Example of Crowbar:

He stood up, crowbar in hand, and inserted the chisel blade of the implement between the edge of the door and the doorcase.

The Captain quickly lowered his crowbar, and the chest hung over the brink of the abyss.

The Captain threw away his crowbar, for the last chest had fallen in its turn over the precipice.

Every possible hand that could swing a pick or jam a crowbar against grudging ice would be needed up there.

The men nodded, and the younger stepped forward, raised his crowbar, and dealt a tremendous blow on the upper panel.

Torlos was looking curiously at a crowbar that had been lying in a rack on the wall.

To "jilt," to throw or dash water on a person; "gellock" (gavelock), an iron lever or crowbar.

The light from the young miner's lamp, thrown on the wall, revealed no trace of any recent work with pick or crowbar.

By careful inquiry in the outer Hut he finds an ice-axe, crowbar and hurricane lantern.

"Fetch dat crowbar in heer und tell where yer git him," said the coroner.