hone for

hone for someone or something

Rur. to long for someone or something. Tom: What's wrong with Jane? Mary: She's honing for her sweetheart. Jimmy was honing for the red bicycle in the toy store window.
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We'll use a Flex Hone ball-style hone for deglazing a cylinder," says Don Bolland, president of Bolland Machine, Beaver Falls, PA.