Examples of lumberjack in a Sentence
the sawmill gets most of its business from the lumberjacks up north
Recent Examples of lumberjack from the Web
In pop-culture, the term is recent but real, and is often used to describe white, bearded men who resemble lumberjacks but are more likely to hold a latte than a saw.
Walter Knott, the founder of the park, helped design the ride, which features wildlife scenes and fake lumberjacks to fit into 19th century lumber camp theme.
A onetime lumberjack, Andrus resigned midway through his second term as Idaho governor in 1977 to become President Jimmy Carter’s secretary of the Interior Department and served until Carter’s term ended in 1981.
Matt Cogar is one of the most dominant athletes in the world of lumberjack sports.
From truck pulls to lumberjack shows, pig races to rodeos, Connecticut's fair season — with all its country lore and exhibition — is about to take off.
Far from the standard lumberjack fare, Hadid’s checked top and trousers were done in a fluid fabric that promised to weather a summer scorcher (France’s sweltering heat wave is not over yet).
As if his man bun and lumberjack beard hipster combo wasn’t already keeping the ladies away.
That was a year after Lily Tomlin clomped around the stage in a plaid flannel shirt and lumberjack boots.
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Definition of lumberjack for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to cut down trees for wood
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