woodcutter

Part of speech: noun

One who chops wood.

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Usage examples "woodcutter":

  1. Come with these sinless ones who accompany me and cling to my foot- steps with the faith of the ivy which clasps the tree without considering that soon, perhaps, the woodcutter will come. - "Romance of the Rabbit", Francis Jammes.
  2. He could go on with his carpentry without fearing that the news would leak out that Michael Timar Levetinczy, privy councilor, landowner, banker, had turned into a woodcutter in an unknown island; and that, when he rested from his hard labor, he cut willow branches to shelter a poor orphan child which had neither parents nor a name of its own. - "Timar's Two Worlds", Mór Jókai.
  3. Smiling, the woodcutter answered:- Sir, you are not mistaken. - "Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things", Lafcadio Hearn.