Chisel from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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chisel (one) out of (something)
To swindle something from someone. That con man chiseled us out of thousands, I'm ashamed to say.
chisel someone out of something and chisel something out of someone; chisel something from someone
to get something away from someone by cheating. The scam tried to chisel pension money out of retired people.
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David's bent over his workbench, choosing a chisel from
his grandfather's collection.
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