sawpit

NOUN
  1. a pit over which lumber is positioned to be sawed by two men with a long two-handed saw
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How To Use sawpit In A Sentence

  • He really does have good manners, thought Richard as he strode alongside the Commandant down the pathway which led from the sawpit to Government House and the storage sheds, one of which, he noted, held the coble and an even smaller boat made from the pieces of the old coble which had foundered on the reef and drowned four men. Morgan’s Run
  • Sometimes, in the mild English summers, the sawyers would work in sawpits in the woods, which often would have no covering at all.
  • The size and number of sawpits would be determined by the ability of the timber merchant to acquire material and employ sawyers.
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