/ (ˈwʊdˌjɑːd) /
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a place where timber is cut and stored
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Words nearby woodyard
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How to use woodyard in a sentence
I have seen them gathering it on the fresh sawdust in the woodyard, especially on that of hickory or maple.A Year in the Fields|John Burroughs
Old Mr. Bergen himself spent much of his time at Hamilton, where he had a woodyard with a couple of rooms attached to it.Aaron Trow|Anthony Trollope
On leaving the workshop Adam locked the door, took the key out, and carried it to the house on the other side of the woodyard.Adam Bede|George Eliot
We left the woodyard behind us and hoped it would be destroyed—how we hated the place for the dreary months we had spent there!Combed Out|Fritz August Voigt
Then we'd tie up by some woodyard and be loading up with wood for the furnaces while the burying was going on.Abroad at Home|Julian Street