[ UK /sˈɔːbʌk/ ]
  1. a framework for holding wood that is being sawed
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How To Use sawbuck In A Sentence

  • “I thought maybe you could spot me another double sawbuck.” Come Again No More
  • I don't have an escrow account for taxes because my taxes are ruinously expensive, and I'd prefer to park the money someplace where it can produce a small brood of sawbucks.
  • The rest of us had to make shift as we could, and I rigged up a "sawbuck" pack-saddle, with rope loops for stirrups and a blanket across it to sit on. A Canyon Voyage The Narrative of the Second Powell Expedition down the Green-Colorado River from Wyoming, and the Explorations on Land, in the Years 1871 and 1872
  • People, we are talking about a couple of sawbucks here.
  • Bucky fronted Jake a double sawbuck until he felt up to going to the bank. Come Again No More
  • The skinflint and the loan shark are seen as sources of sawbuck salvation and sanctification.
  • A pile of tapered logs, sawbuck in a litter of chips and bark, split junks of wood ready to be stacked. THE SHIPPING NEWS
  • Owen's drinks come at a cost - a sawbuck each, or whatever the chilling refreshment is worth to the thirsty customers seeking taste options for their palettes.
  • Sport Harris, who was always looking for a chance to risk something, promptly took Harry up, and each placed a "sawbuck" in the hands of Frank Merriwell at Yale
  • He won't talk about the only thing that appears to have mattered: sawbucks.
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