A carpenter's tool for boring holes larger than those bored by a gimlet. (noun)
To use an auger; to drill a hole using an auger. (verb)
Examples of word auger
The auger was a twisted pile of scrap in the ditch and the tractor was headed home unscratched.
The basic idea is to find the cleanouts, and run a snake (aka auger) into them. powered one with knives.
While the lint is going through this process, the seeds, being heavier and smaller, draw to the bottom of the gins, fall into an auger which is operated by a belt, and then are dropped into a conveyor and carried to the seed pile or houses.
Poor scores for removal speed, throwing distance, and clearing plow piles like at the end of driveways put it at dead-last among single-stage snow blowers, which use a rubber-tipped auger to scoop up and throw snow while helping move the machine.
As long as Ares I-X doesn't do a 180 at liftoff and auger into the pad, Constellation can declare victory.
He had made a large framework, which was put together by drilling holes with an auger and then fastening them together with pegs.
Q: where can i get a blade fo a 10 Ice King 3hp power auger. any help would be awsome!!
Twisting his ice auger—essentially a four-foot corkscrew—he drilled a new hole through the ice.