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  • v. Present participle of chainsaw.

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Examples

  • He dropped his fledgling career as a cabinetmaker years ago, a symptom of moving to New York and leaving his shop behind, his dexterity now devoted to chainsawing on weekends at the gothic-revival cottage near Newburgh that he shares with his wife Fenella, a physician.

    American Idyll

  • Wretch Eminem will say things about chainsawing his granny but with him it's like science fiction.

    When Rakim met Wretch 32

  • Furthermore, chainsawing those (actual, if not yet designated) heritage trees in Lents Park beforehand -- or any other such alterations of the historic landscape and "traditional cultural property" that Lents Park is -- would be an illegal "anticipatory demolition" under the National Historic Preservation Act, Sec. 110.

    Funky math with Mark Larabee (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Bush had just come in from chainsawing some mountain juniper.

    COURAGE AND CONSEQUENCE

  • However, it was pretty darn spectacular for a bit there, with flames through the third story and firefighters scrambling around chainsawing holes in the roof of a hundred-year-old three-family.

    i walk where the bottles break and the blacktop still comes back for more

  • I wasn't able to make the next day's 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. workshop because I'd planned to be upstate, well, chainsawing.

    Upstate Chainsaw Masterer

  • Even if he was always doing some loud, industrious thing like chainsawing tree branches or vacuuming his car at annoying hours on Saturday mornings, he made me feel happy when I saw him.

    The Six Rules of Maybe

  • Men in hard hats and overalls were chainsawing a fallen tree and hauling it in segments off the asphalt.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Great, so someone really IS chainsawing their way through the asphalt.

    January 29th, 2008

  • I was awakened this morning by the sound some someone apparently chainsawing their way through the street.

    January 29th, 2008

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