saw·yer noun \ˈsȯ-yər, ˈsȯi-ər\
: any of several large longicorn beetles whose larvae bore large holes in timber or dead wood
: a tree fast in the bed of a stream with its branches projecting to the surface and bobbing up and down with the current
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