Definition of Tool case
1. Noun. A box or chest or cabinet for holding hand tools.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Tool Case
Literary usage of Tool case
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Robert Wilbur Steele, Defender of Liberty by Walter Lawson Wilder (1913)
"CHAPTER XI THE RIGHT OF FREE ELECTIONS AND THE DECISION IN THE tool case "That all elections shall be free and open; and no power, civil or military, ..."
2. English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are Incorporated "the (1891)
"Over the neck /> of the tool-case В is pushed or fitted a cylindrical shell, D, which is free to turn round on the neck b, and in the bracket с screwed to ..."
3. Electrical Meterman's Handbook by O. J. Bushnell (1912)
"The load box is provided with a detachable tool case, 12 by 6 by 2% inches, ... When in use the tool case is detached and the load box is placed in a ..."
4. Automobile Repairshop Short-cuts: Over 1500 Time and Labor-saving Kinks by Motor World (1918)
"1439—WALL tool case Storage for a large amount of small parts, as well as all of the common hand tools, is provided by a wall tool case, ..."
5. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1906)
"Justice Steele, speaking for himself and Justice Gunter, dissented from the decision in the principal case, as he did from the decision in the 'tool case,' ..."
6. Twenty Years After by Alexandre Dumas (1901)
"Ah, yes ! the tool-case ! " said Mousqueton; " that I should not have ... Now, as Grimaud was an extremely cautious and provident man, this tool-case, ..."
7. Popular Mechanics Shop Notes (1920)
"... Sewage-Disposal System for Tomato Foliage as Insect Killer 3487 Summer Cottage 3438 Tongs, Ice, for Tire Work 3415 tool case, Toolmaker's Apron as 3459 ..."