Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of woodman.

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Examples

  • Lions and tigers and bears and tin woodmen who could sing, and flying monkeys who could talk.

    The Rev. Jacqueline J. Lewis, Ph.D.: The Gift Of Love

  • Lions and tigers and bears and tin woodmen who could sing, and flying monkeys who could talk.

    The Rev. Jacqueline J. Lewis, Ph.D.: The Gift Of Love

  • Lions and tigers and bears and tin woodmen who could sing, and flying monkeys who could talk.

    The Rev. Jacqueline J. Lewis, Ph.D.: The Gift Of Love

  • Lions and tigers and bears and tin woodmen who could sing, and flying monkeys who could talk.

    The Rev. Jacqueline J. Lewis, Ph.D.: The Gift Of Love

  • Travellers, woodmen, trees and the land have all evolved in symbiosis here, creating shelter from the storm, a natural haven from the piercing, snow-laden wind that drives across the mountains as we walk on the blessedly soft loam, carpeted by a springy crust of rich brown beech leaves.

    Wildwood

  • Cats lie outside the door and two woodmen sit talking in an even darker inner bar.

    Wildwood

  • In one place the woodmen had been at work on Saturday; trees, felled and freshly trimmed, lay in a clearing, with heaps of sawdust by the sawing-machine and its engine.

    The War of The Worlds

  • Travellers, woodmen, trees and the land have all evolved in symbiosis here, creating shelter from the storm, a natural haven from the piercing, snow-laden wind that drives across the mountains as we walk on the blessedly soft loam, carpeted by a springy crust of rich brown beech leaves.

    Wildwood

  • Cats lie outside the door and two woodmen sit talking in an even darker inner bar.

    Wildwood

  • But even as some huge pine, high up on the mountains, which woodmen have left half hewn through by their sharp axes when they returned from the forest — at first it shivers in the wind by night, then at last snaps at the stump and crashes down; so Talos for a while stood on his tireless feet, swaying to and fro, then at last, all strengthless, fell with a mighty thud.

    The Argonautica

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