lumber with

Definition of lumber with

British, informal

  1. :  to cause (someone) to have (something unwanted or unpleasant) His classmates lumbered him with an unfortunate nickname. —often used as (be) lumbered with He's been lumbered with an unfortunate nickname.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  to move ponderously

    :  rumble

  1. :  surplus or disused articles (such as furniture) that are stored away

    :  timber or logs especially when dressed for use

    :  any of various structural materials prepared in a form similar to lumber

  1. :  to clutter with or as if with lumber :  encumber

    :  to heap together in disorder

    :  to log and saw the timber of

Seen and Heard

What made you want to look up lumber with? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).


clearly seen through or understood

Get Word of the Day daily email!