- a forester having charge of the king's woods.
- a woodcutter.
- a dealer in wood, especially one who sells kindling wood.
OTHER WORDS FROM woodmanwood·man·craft [wood-muhn-kraft, -krahft], /ˈwʊd mənˌkræft, -ˌkrɑft/, noun
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How to use woodman in a sentence
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.
The Tin Woodman was so surprised at this frank speech that for a time he did nothing but stare hard at the boy Wanderer.
The Tin Woodman was so surprised by this sudden dash that he had no time to raise his axe before the Loons were on them.
"If you desire it," promised the Tin Woodman, leaning back in his tin throne and crossing his tin legs.
Finally, I shall take pride in being the wife of the only live Tin Woodman in all the world!'
Then the Loon tried to prick the Tin Woodman's leg, but the tin only blunted the point of the thorn.