Chisel

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A chisel.

A chisel is a sharp and straight tool often used with a hammer to shape wood or other surfaces. Chisels are used by artists to make statues and figures out of stone, marble, or wood. Construction workers use chisels to change the shape of wood and stone so that they can build with them. Sometimes chisels are used to break things so that they can be moved more easily.