woodsman

[ US /ˈwʊdzmæn/ ]
[ UK /wˈʊdzmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. makes things out of wood
  2. someone who lives in the woods
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How To Use woodsman In A Sentence

  • Only the ex-beauty queen and the spooky backwoodsman remain halfway normal.
  • The backwoodsman doesn't really need his wallpaper changed, does he?
  • The untutored backwoodsman was deemed wiser than the academic scholar, for the locally grounded observer had ‘greater opportunity to make new discoveries… than the professor whose life is spent in the laboratory’.
  • An accomplished woodsman, hunter, arborist, and gardener, he was also a highly skilled archer and sharpshooter.
  • There is a sound that can sometimes be heard in the woods very late at night that indicates the presence of a novice backwoodsman.
  • For clothes, he just wore an old woodsman's shirt and leggings.
  • The "cayuse" bell sounded nearer and nearer, and directly from the dense forest a packhorse came stepping with care over the fallen logs, where the sign of a trail was yet dim to any eyes but those of a woodsman. That Girl Montana
  • ‘I consider myself as part of Musquodoboit Harbour in a lot of ways,’ says Bob, an avid woodsman and hunter.
  • In younger days, I was an experienced hunter, trapper, and woodsman, although those titles have long ago lost their significance.
  • As the reader can quickly discover, Grey reveres Wetzel as a hunter, woodsman, and white "knower" of the wilderness. Zane Grey, Romancing the West
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