[ US /ˈwʊdmən/ ]
[ UK /wˈʊdmən/ ]
  1. makes things out of wood
  2. someone who lives in the woods
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How To Use woodman In A Sentence

  • The didge-woodman's tears looked like Vaseline, oozing out of digitized eyes. Futures Imperfect
  • Your woodman talked of a bevy of roes.
  • That "woodman" was Genji himself, who was here talking live words. "Noh", or, Accomplishment
  • She turned off the main road, crept through Joshua Woodman's bars, waved away Mrs. Carter's cows, trod the short grass of the pasture, with its well-worn path running through gardens of buttercups and whiteweed, and groves of boxberry leaves and sweet fern. The Flag-Raising
  • Crest: A woodman holding a club in the dexter hand and a palm branch in the sinister, in bend, all ppr. A History of Caroline County, Virginia
  • He said he lived on the confines of the forest, where his old father was a woodman, and, if she liked, he would take her so far on her road. The Rose and the Ring
  • The same Donald Stewart accusation is indicated in The Dewar Manuscripts, a collection of stories gathered by John Dewar, a woodman and meticulous recorder of tales a century later.
  • But the axe slipped so often and cut off parts of him -- which he had replaced with tin -- that finally there was no flesh left, nothing but tin; so he became a real tin woodman. Love Letters
  • He looked out of the window in the direction of the woodman's gaze.
  • In juxtaposing a photograph with other elements, Woodman brought together different time spans, historical and spatial contexts and art forms for a totally surreal effect.
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