gouge


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Synonyms for gouge

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to exploit (another) by charging too much for something

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an impression in a surface (as made by a blow)

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and edge tool with a blade like a trough for cutting channels or grooves

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the act of gouging

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force with the thumb

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obtain by coercion or intimidation

make a groove in

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Gouge was 47 years old, and his doctor had told him to quit smoking or risk a heart attack.
The ERP and VLRS fittings for repairing butt fusion joints or severe pipeline gouges will provide the following benefits:
In-the-round carving is usually done with small hand tools such as knives and palm gouges, although some do use the larger full-size gouges.
John Shannon, chairman of the mission management team, said if the gouge was deep enough, the shuttle astronauts might have to patch it during a spacewalk.
6, the gouge does not transfer stress across the fault because bridges don't form.
A North Yorkshire Police spokesman said: "They bundled him inside the premises and one of them forced him to the floor and attempted to gouge him in the face and eye with their hand.
Plastic or fabric glides under furniture will prevent gouges.
Wood pallets often splinter, gouge or cause puncture wounds from nails or sharp edges.
Haskell said Best's fingers stayed in his right eye then pulled his head up by his eye, adding that Best "gratuitously attempted to gouge at it with increasing intensity" when he did not release the ball.
Anyone looking to gouge consumers as a result of the hurricane will be dealt with swiftly and severely.
NEWCASTLE boss Rob Andrew has branded Peter Anglesea's eye gouge on Falcons flanker Jon Dunbar a "barbaric act".
Shuttle project office documents obtained by AW&ST spell out how wing gouge damage near the landing gear wheel well or wing leading edge, could combine with Columbia-type wing roughness in a "fatal combination" that would spike reentry temperatures to nearly 1,000 deg.
Jenkins, infamously a victim of a gouge in the 1999 World Cup opener against Argentina, described some of the Springboks' behaviour as "boundary stuff".
Despite the fact that the drugs were developed with public assistance, GSK is doing all that it can to gouge the public and price the drugs out of reach.
In performance tests Rapidprove software was able to check through half a million tool movements to detect a single gouge of 0.