[ US /ˈɫeɪð/ ]
[ UK /lˈe‍ɪð/ ]
  1. machine tool for shaping metal or wood; the workpiece turns about a horizontal axis against a fixed tool
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How To Use lathe In A Sentence

  • A little diner food helped, but after the incident with the couple on the street all I wanted was to go home, take a shower, slather lotion on my blistered tootsies, and lick my wounds.
  • Let's go inside and drink coffee while we wait - likely the lords will keep us waiting all day before they blather their way to a decision. THE BROKEN GOD
  • Now, I can't help but wonder if these people have a quick look-see, utter ‘boring’ and move on, or whether they're actually reading anything I bother to blather on about in here.
  • The cue maker then carefully chooses and seasons the wood, before tapering and sanding it down on a lathe.
  • When I do get in a lather, it's never my fault: it's the cyclists and pedestrians who are selfish and inconsiderate, not me.
  • Creamy onion sauce slathered over lightly boiled eggs.
  • And then there are the funny ones such as ning nong, doofus, blatherskite. Etymology – the origins of words « Write Anything
  • She squirted herself a generous amount of shampoo and began lathering her hair with it.
  • He was terrible by the way, blathering on about something.
  • Also, I know you disdain catfish, but there's certainly a subset of guys who are hard-core and pretty cultish about catching monster blues and flatheads. Which Fishing Cult is the Most Insane?
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