One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The action of the lower tushes rubbing against the upper whetters is called ‘whetting.’’
- ‘The tusks on the barrs that I have seen are very thick and seem to hold up fine with the whetters intact.’
- ‘The whetters constantly shear the edge of the cutters (like a whetstone) making them razor sharp weapons that can fatally puncture an opponent or easily slice through a 3 inch tree root.’
- ‘An adjustment device automatically varies the positions of the knife so that the knife engages the whetter more or less constantly.’
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