Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I was trying to make something more of myself than just a lumberjack.

There he heard of a lumberjack who had been dismissed from the hospital that morning.

All men are social creatures; the lumberjack is no exception.

"The lumberjack is no cheap skate," so they gladly gave in return.

One of the clerks said, "I have charge of the wannigan—the first graft of the lumberjack."

She was the daughter of a lumberjack, and woodcraft was bred into the very fiber of her.

In all of these ways Paul Bunyan is the idealization of the lumberjack.

The other half, however, are not nearly so migratory as the lumberjack.

In his youth, old Hector had not been an angel, which is to state that he had been a lumberjack.

From the heart of the crowd a lumberjack cried, "Ya-hoo-o-o-o-o!"