lumber

[ luhm-ber ]SEE DEFINITION OF lumber

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUMBER

As for furs and leather and lumber, no other town in the colonies compared with Albany.

They stood knee-deep in the clutter and lumber, facing each other abjectly.

I've bought some cheap ones at the lumber yard, and they're on the way.

Mason was a millionaire and a lumber king, but every one called him Ed.

That lumber was going to be delivered, if he had to carry it himself, stick by stick.

I'd hate to have to set on that porch when 'twas built of that lumber.

So, in spite of Albert's promise, the Calvin lumber was not delivered on time.

Young man, if that lumber is not delivered to-day I shall cancel the order.

It must 'a' been a job to haul the lumber for that house up here.

At the lumber camp the work was almost at a standstill, and the sawmills were silent.

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