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(dialectal) An imperfection in the wick of a candle, causing it to waste.
(obsolete, chiefly fencing) A kind of cudgel; also, a blunt-edged sword used as a foil.
Partly from Anglo-Norman wastere, wastour, partly from waste +"Ž -er.
Think about what you want The Internet can be a great time waster.
This is a major time waster for blind or visually impaired users who are using these access tools.
The advantage of this process is that the artist's model is not destroyed as in the cire-perdue, and if a "waster" results, a second mould can be taken.
Doug in this shot has a bit o ' the the " little waster ", Bobby Thompson about him.
At Weobley, in Hereford and Worcester, a kiln waster heap has been partially excavated.
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