a kind of hammer, now usually power-driven, whose face has projecting points, used to dress stone
Origin of bushhammerprobably ; from German bosshammer ; from bossen, to beat, dress (stone) + hammer, hammer
- Alternative form of bush hammer.
(third-person singular simple present bushhammers, present participle bushhammering, simple past and past participle bushhammered)
- To dress with bush hammer.
- to bushhammer a block of granite