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implement
used in Moby Dick

6 uses
  • All the numerous implements which have been in use are likewise faithfully cleansed and put away.
    Chapters 97-99 -- The Lamp; Stowing Down & Clearing Up; Doubloon (21% in)
  • You shuddered as you gazed, and wondered what monstrous cannibal and savage could ever have gone a death-harvesting with such a hacking, horrifying implement.
    Chapters 1-3 -- Loomings; The Carpet-Bag; The Spouter-Inn (44% in)
  • ...that had last hailed him, and maddened by his long entombment in a place as black as the bowels of despair; it was then that Steelkilt proposed to the two Canallers, thus far apparently of one mind with him, to burst out of their hole at the next summoning of the garrison; and armed with their keen mincing knives (long, crescentic, heavy implements with a handle at each end) run amuck from the bowsprit to the taffrail; and if by any devilishness of desperation possible, seize the ship.
    Chapters 52-54 -- The Albatross; The Gam; The Town-Ho's Story (70% in)
  • Some of them have little boxes of dentistical-looking implements, specially intended for the skrimshandering business.
    Chapters 55-57 -- Monstrous Pictures of Whales; Less Erroneous Pictures of Whales; Whales in Paint…. (83% in)
  • Now it needs a strong, nervous arm to strike the first iron into the fish; for often, in what is called a long dart, the heavy implement has to be flung to the distance of twenty or thirty feet.
    Chapters 61-63 -- Stubb Kills a Whale; The Dart; The Crotch (68% in)
  • *The whaling-spade used for cutting-in is made of the very best steel; is about the bigness of a man's spread hand; and in general shape, corresponds to the garden implement after which it is named; only its sides are perfectly flat, and its upper end considerably narrower than the lower.
    Chapters 64-66 -- Stubb's Supper; The Whale as a Dish; The Shark Massacre (98% in)

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