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How to use lumberyard in a sentence
Whether at REI or the tool store or the lumberyard, I am a kid in a candy store.
Other options include reclaimed and Forest Stewardship Council–certified wood from a local lumberyard or a modular bamboo conversion kit from a company like Adventure Wagon that’s compatible with Mercedes Sprinter and Ford Transit vans.
My childhood jobs were detassling seed corn and working at a lumberyard.
Later he drinks in working-class bars and works in a Hasidic-owned lumberyard.Novelist Kate Christensen's Winning Novels About Losers | | June 13, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
I heard him say he had a place in the Bobbsey lumberyard, but I never thought I'd meet you.The Bobbsey Twins on Blueberry Island | Laura Lee Hope
I saw several salesmen and laborers in the lumberyard, but there was no one in the counting-room.Desk and Debit | Oliver Optic
From the window there was an unobstructed view of a lumberyard, beyond which frowned the blackened walls of a factory.The Promised Land | Mary Antin
I think you had better go and see him, if you can leave the lumberyard, Dick.The Bobbsey Twins on the Deep Blue Sea | Laura Lee Hope
Three miles below the city was the Island on which many voters were working in a saw-mill and lumberyard.Carnac's Folly, Complete | Gilbert Parker
British Dictionary definitions for lumberyard
US and Canadian an establishment where timber and sometimes other building materials are stored or sold: Also called (in Britain and certain other countries): timberyard
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