Thesaurus / lumbered


If free-associating collages are the equivalent of random Web-surfing, the tidiness of the compositions is offset by surrounding them with found objects, blocks of lumber and strands of beads.

With prices also climbing for some inputs such as copper and lumber, inflation could very well reach or surpass the Federal Reserve’s 2% target in some months.

Plus, they are buying lots of goods — refrigerators, dishwashers, cars, lumber, patio furniture.

They heard one of the girls calling, and Tubby 236 lumbered around to see Frankie gesticulating from the window.

Wyn's Camping DaysAmy Bell Marlowe

We kept on course—high and hard despite a couple of disturbances that lumbered by underneath us.

A Question of CourageJesse Franklin Bone

He lumbered majestically, his hairy breast exposed, but was a feeble old man, older than his years; paralysis had maimed him.

As Ajax lumbered by, the circus man eyed with interest the dancing Calico.

Horses NineSewell Ford

It made a procession of some miles in length as it lumbered along primitive roads, through mud sometimes ankle-deep.

Those who have not lumbered much do not know much of true joy and sylvan smoking tobacco.

RemarksBill Nye

Then he lumbered slowly down from the bridge and went forward cursing to rouse the men.


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