Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of woodchop.

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Examples

  • Siddle, who gave up competitive woodchopping as a teenager in rural Victoria to concentrate on cricket, was a controversial selection for the first Test.

    The Ashes 2010: Peter Siddle hat-trick rips out England's middle order

  • Pretty impressive, with big cattle pavilions and large crowds: as usual, the woodchopping competitions were one of the highlights.

    Journal 1

  • The crowd had returned to the stalls and the various activities — the horseshoe throwing, the woodchopping and archery contests, among others.

    The Ideal Bride

  • General came up next morning, the camp was reeking with smoke from braziers and the smell of cookers and the wood alive with sounds of woodchopping and cries of foragers.

    The Story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry

  • Patent folding hatchets are well enough in their way, but for real woodchopping an axe is the only thing.

    Outdoor Sports and Games

  • He had not only his accustomed chores, the Caliban duties of woodchopping and water-carrying, the dressing of wild meat, the dish-drying and heavier housework, the repairs about the cabin -- but he had the trapping.

    Snow-Blind

  • All winter we alternated this work with woodchopping, afterwards chopping the riven lengths into firewood lengths and then splitting these into firewood.

    Andivius Hedulio Adventures of a Roman Nobleman in the Days of the Empire

  • At last, when he needed a new suit -- so torn had his others become at woodchopping and many kinds of work -- he went to the village tailor, and was promptly told that nothing but Luc Pomfrette's grave-clothes would be cut and made in that house.

    The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker

  • At last, when he needed a new suit -- so torn had his others become at woodchopping and many kinds of work -- he went to the village tailor, and was promptly told that nothing but Luc Pomfrette's grave-clothes would be cut and made in that house.

    The Lane That Had No Turning, Volume 2

  • At last, when he needed a new suit -- so torn had his others become at woodchopping and many kinds of work -- he went to the village tailor, and was promptly told that nothing but Luc Pomfrette's grave-clothes would be cut and made in that house.

    The Lane That Had No Turning, Complete

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