sawyer

[ US /ˈsɔɪɝ, ˈsɔjɝ/ ]
[ UK /sˈɔ‍ɪɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. any of several beetles whose larvae bore holes in dead or dying trees especially conifers
  2. one who is employed to saw wood
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  • Alison Sawyer's inspiring raku angels go fast at the Evergreen Gallery.
  • Jeff: I got misty-eyed twice: when Claire gave birth again, and when Sawyer and Juliet were reunited. The last 5 minutes of LOST explained – Brian Keene
  • Mr. Benjamin Allen drew forth, from the same hiding – place, a small brass pipkin, which Bob Sawyer observed he prided himself upon, particularly because it looked so business – like. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club
  • Elise and Sawyer say they have been the most frequent victims of harassment both on and off campus.
  • He was learning to be a sawyer, helping to provide the wood for the carpenters engaged at the ‘Big House’ where further modifications and extensions were being built on the West Front.
  • #23 ::: John A Arkansawyer ::: view all by ::: February 10, 2010, 07:07 PM: Making Light: Like an ice storm, only with more volume
  • On hand for the sendoff was a star-packed audience heavy on media celebs, with the likes of Katie Couric, Donald Trump, Tony Danza, Disney CEO Robert Iger, Frank and Kathie Lee Gifford and Diane Sawyer. NYDN Rss
  • By that time the Republican President was a whippersnapper named Teddy Roosevelt, whose imperialism Twain scorned (he called TR a Tom Sawyer type). The Atlantic | July/August 2001 | Mark Twain's Reconstruction | Blount Jr.
  • Yet another valuable source on the laborers of timberyards are the descriptions of sawyers left by writers and diarists.
  • Then, as in conversation, Sawyer discoursed on earthly concerns and divine grace. After prison, building a new life means more than just doing right
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