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more timber

adjective as in wooden

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Sir John Pope Hennessy holds a different view, and asserts that no man cut down more timber, to the irreparable hurt of the land.

February was a short month, but the weather held good so that the men got out more timber that month than in January.

This would seem to indicate that somewhere on its shores there is more timber than we found in the spot we visited.

Beyond that,—what all his concentrated effort should lead to save more logs and more timber,—he did not seem to go.

More timber is sold each year than is cut and paid for, because many of the sales extend over several years.

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

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