Implement [noun]

Definition of Implement:

agent, tool

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Sentence/Example of Implement:

You’ll never ever use these implements for anything else, but they take up so little room that it’s worth it to buy a few if you’re a grapefruit lover.

Although it’s still unclear where in Africa — as well as when and by whom — Middle Stone Age tools were invented, early humans would have found such implements invaluable for adapting to environmental disruptions, Stringer says.

Middle Stone Age tools were smaller and more carefully crafted implements.

I’d lost the implement I’d needed to claw myself out of my cage, and I hadn’t had what he’d needed from me when he’d needed it.

Existence felt like a cage, and gaming was an implement that clawed us out.

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

I looked among the dead, to see if I could find any iron implement with which to excavate the wall, or to break the chains.

Soon the captain drove his implement through the hay, and against something that gave back a resistance like that of soft pine.

As the implement fell upon the stones of the courtyard, Thyra's quick ear noticed the peculiar sound.

In his hand the measuring-rod was a far mightier implement than the pen.