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
Anthony Cotton is a lumberjack who has gone out on a limb.
There’s a man inside the barn, full of body and beard like a lumberjack, and his phone is ringing.
Over the past ten years, men have dressed like preps and lumberjacks.
For entertainment, the Chevy Dealers Main Stage will offer the fastest dog retriever contests and IRON JACKS Timber Team lumberjacks shows.
The Bottom Line The backwoods goes big city at the Hewing Hotel, where woody interiors and rustic décor warm the industrial setting, and dishes like pork wild rice sausage at its restaurant Tullibee feed the lumberjack spirit.
First looks were pure grunge, with lumberjack buffalo check, hiking boots and beanies.
The Bridge & Burn here is the only place in the U.S. outside the Portland flagship to score its urban lumberjack duds.
Aaron must have been a lumberjack in his former life and no one can tell me different.
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First Known Use of lumberjack
LUMBERJACK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lumberjack for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to cut down trees for wood
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