woodcutter

[woo d-kuht-er]

Origin of woodcutter

An Americanism dating back to 1755–65; wood1 + cutter
Related formswood·cut·ting, noun
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woodcutter

noun
  1. a person who fells trees or chops wood
  2. a person who makes woodcuts
Derived Formswoodcutting, noun
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