[woo d-muh n]
- woodsman(def 1).
- a person who fells timber, especially for fuel.
- a forester having charge of the king's woods.
- a woodcutter.
- a dealer in wood, especially one who sells kindling wood.
- Obsolete. a hunter of forest game.
Origin of woodman
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Examples from the Web for woodman
The Woodman keeps track of all of this, on behalf of its customer.
Likely, The Woodman taps the facilities of a much larger, more-specialized operation like Loyalsock Firewood in Montoursville.
How very different was it to-day with our woodman Christopher!Christian Gellert's Last Christmas
She makes her husband invisible, while she assumes the form of a woodman.Russian Fairy Tales
W. R. S. Ralston
You look as if you were goin' to recite—'Woodman, spare that tree.'In Apple-Blossom Time
Clara Louise Burnham
He had seen old Michel, the woodman, sitting so at evening many a time.
Woodman's protests carried him to imprisonment and the stake.Highways & Byways in Sussex
- a person who looks after and fells trees used for timber
- another word for woodsman
- obsolete a hunter who is knowledgeable about woods and the animals living in them
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