from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who fells trees and transports the timber to a mill; a logger.
- n. A short, warm outer jacket. Also called lumber jacket.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a person whose work is to fell trees.
- n. a lumberjacket.
- v. To work as a lumberjack, cutting down trees.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a person who works at lumbering; a lumberman.
- n. The grey jay.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who works in a logging-camp.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who fells trees
- n. a short warm outer jacket
We always did wonder about your 'lumberjack' shirts Niles!
Canadian "lumberjack" named Vincent became the base, the machine gun being fired from his back.
When it came to the bidding countries media expo he'd swapped his casual 'lumberjack' attire for an expensive designer suit as he joined England coach Fabio Capello and England's bid leader Lord Triesman.
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"Just because a lumberjack is a beast is no reason that a college man is all right because he's less of
"You will be called a lumberjack -- a social pariah.
I agree that Harris (admittedly) used sexist language in his article, although I do believe his claim that he would have used sexist language about a male candidate with similar interests / beliefs (i.e. "lumberjack" and
"Seventy-five thousand dollars' worth of steel, that's my guess," said the 42-year-old former lumberjack, who had been living almost full time on Barge 202, as authorities dubbed the rusting steel slab bobbing in a channel 82 miles east of Portland, Ore.
This wasn't just a flimsy army surplus store fake leather boot; this was a hardcore Harley Davidson reinforced with a steel shank for arch support boot that knocked Duncan over in a swift straight and flat against his back way that would make a lumberjack proud.
Just days after leading his college team to an exhilarating win at the 2005 Cradle of Forestry Woodsman Meet lumberjack competition, Nichols sustained a severe spinal cord injury in the accident that left him without the use of his legs.