What does ax handle mean?

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ax han·dle

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. ax handle, axe handlenoun

    the handle of an ax


  1. ax handle

    An ax handle is the part of an ax that allows a person to grip and control the tool during use. It's typically made of wood, often hickory or ash due to their strength and flexibility, but can also be made from other materials such as fiberglass. The length and shape of the handle can vary depending on the type and purpose of the ax. One end of the ax handle is attached to the ax head, while the opposite end is held by the user.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of ax handle in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of ax handle in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of ax handle in a Sentence

  1. Susan Hughes:

    Kyle Rittenhouses case is the Anthony I knew. He was very much a person who would jump into action, kyle gets into a situation over his head in terms of his emotional maturity to handle it, walks away after killing two people and serious maiming another one. That doesn't seem equitable.

  2. Dustin Johnson:

    I’m going to play here, for now. That’s the plan. But what the consequences are going to be, obviously I can’t comment on how the Tour is going to handle it.

  3. Kayla Miranda:

    That's the most of these little units can handle and they're running over time, we have tenants that are choosing to not turn on the A/C so that they can still pay their rent and not be homeless. Or they're choosing take their medicine over having air conditioning and that should never be the case.

  4. Li Fengqin:

    So many more overdue loans are coming in. How can we possibly handle that with existing staffing?

  5. Dan Kildee:

    I can handle any policy position that they take, because sometimes, most of the time, I’m with them, but when I’m not, I’m not. … But none of that excuses the lack of clarity, or putting us in a position where we vote, and then there’s a change of heart. That’s very unhelpful.


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