It can be hammered, twisted, or stretched when hot or cold.
He "hammered a goodly number of underlings," Shnayerson wrote in a Vanity Fair essay.
And he hammered at me with a wigor only to be equalled by the wigor with which he didn’t hammer at his anwil.
Most metals are strong, hard and shiny materials that can be hammered into different shapes without breaking.
It is heated and tempered, and bosses, or domes, are hammered into the outlined areas.
He repeated many of the talking points he'd hammered in recent weeks defending himself against impeachment.
There has been talk of an emergency law which would suspend its application while the changes are hammered out.
In addition, plates of hammered copper could be shaped into statues, the separate pieces being joined together with copper rivets.
Both Sanders and Buttigieg claimed victory, as a technical meltdown severely hampered the reporting of the final results — which are still being hammered out.
Sir Keir Starmer, in his first conference speech since becoming leader, hammered home the need to win power, attacking Boris Johnson for "serial incompetence".
A virus-ravaged nation is unlikely to see an upswing in consumer confidence, and a premature reopening would place significant strain on already hammered health care operations.
Faced with a proliferation of illegal drugs and street violence, he hammered gangs with police sweeps and broke into crack dens with a steel battering ram on an armored vehicle.
Tchaikovsky's concerto springs immediately to life with blaring horn calls; the opening piano chords are hammered out while the orchestra plays the soaring opening melody, before it is taken up and elaborated by the piano.
"Perhaps layoffs are now happening away from the front-line customer facing jobs hammered in March and April, and are reaching into supply chains and services firms," Ian Shepherdson, chief economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, wrote in a Thursday note.
Tracy Klugian, representing the Elvis theorists, denied that there had been friction between the two groups as they hammered out the merger, and dispelled rumors that the Elvis faction had attempted to downplay the QAnon faction’s obsession with cannibals.
The former UN high commissioner for human rights condemned the backtracking on agreements painstakingly hammered out in two important summits on family planning and women in the 1990s, when both her and Gro Harlem Brundtland, a fellow Elder, were heads of state.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden hammered President Donald Trump and leading Senate Republicans for trying to rush a replacement for the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, as pressure mounted on senators to support or oppose a quick vote to fill the seat.
WASHINGTON — In one of the most stunning primary election upsets in congressional history, the House majority leader, Eric Cantor, was soundly defeated on Tuesday by a Tea Party-backed economics professor who had hammered him for being insufficiently conservative.
Trump and Republican members of Congress have hammered on the identity of the whistleblower and used the claim that the whistleblower is biased against Trump and even working in coordination with the Democrats as a way of discrediting the impeachment inquiry altogether.
The master refusing to entertain the subject until the journeyman was in a better temper, Orlick plunged at the furnace, drew out a red-hot bar, made at me with it as if he were going to run it through my body, whisked it round my head, laid it on the anvil, hammered it out,—as if it were I, I thought, and the sparks were my spirting blood,—and finally said, when he had hammered himself hot and the iron cold, and he again leaned on his hammer,—
- shaped or worked with a hammer and often showing hammer marks
Example: a bowl of hammered brass
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The master refusing to entertain the subject until the journeyman was in a better temper Orlick plunged at the furnace drew out a red-hot bar made at me with it as if he were going to run it through my body whisked it round my head laid it on the anvil hammered it out—as if it were I I thought and the sparks were my spirting blood—and finally said when he had hammered himself hot and the iron cold and he again leaned on his hammer—