a place where timber is cut and stored

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Examples from the Web for woodyard

Historical Examples of woodyard

  • If the good people are not to die of cold, they have no alternative but to come to my woodyard.

    Economic Sophisms

    Frederic Bastiat

  • From there we were driven to the woodyard, where we were made to saw wood for two hours.


    Edwin A. Brown

  • Nothing is so good for muskmelons as old chips from the woodyard.

    Soil Culture

    J. H. Walden

  • Half a score of men were loafing about the woodyard on shore.

    The Prodigal Judge

    Vaughan Kester

  • I stepped along and found myself in the woodyard among piles of wood, saws, sawbucks, and sawdust.


    Edwin A. Brown