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
And, oh yes, there will be free popcorn during the lumberjack shows.
There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony and two lumberjack shows outside in the parking lot at noon and 3 p.m. Inside the store coupons will be offered for $10 off $50 purchases.
But the Tide went to work with the zeal of voracious lumberjacks.
But this fall, there are plenty of plaids that go beyond the typical lumberjack shirt.
Some of the junior scholars at the conference had abandoned familiar topics like quilt-making and lumberjack songs.
Here comes linebacker Tahir Whitehead, seemingly the last healthy linebacker for the Lions, filling a gap and cutting down a running back, like a lumberjack taking down a giant oak.
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.
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.
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