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How to use woodchopper in a sentence

She said she would rather make Paul a woodchopper than a suppliant, taking the constitutional oath.
LAZARREMARY HARTWELL CATHERWOOD
When a tree has fallen the woodchopper's work has only begun.
OUTDOOR SPORTS AND GAMESCLAUDE H. MILLER
His father is a woodchopper and has taught him to take care of himself.
OUTDOOR SPORTS AND GAMESCLAUDE H. MILLER
Your friend the woodchopper will tell you what kind to buy in your neighbourhood.
OUTDOOR SPORTS AND GAMESCLAUDE H. MILLER
So her agents brought the woodchopper to where the Lady Elaine was, and she said to him, "What knowest thou, good fellow?"
THE STORY OF SIR LAUNCELOT AND HIS COMPANIONSHOWARD PYLE
Then the woodchopper came and looked upon the face of Sir Ewaine, and he beheld that it was white like to death.
THE STORY OF SIR LAUNCELOT AND HIS COMPANIONSHOWARD PYLE
The woodchopper seeks his hut early at night, and builds high the fire for the comfort of the blaze.
BEFORE THE DAWNJOSEPH ALEXANDER ALTSHELER
The woodchopper did not even raise her head as the two young folks approached.
RUTH FIELDING IN THE SADDLEALICE B. EMERSON
The woodchopper wore an old felt hat; from underneath its brim flowed several straggly locks of black hair.
RUTH FIELDING IN THE SADDLEALICE B. EMERSON
The easiest way to learn to be an axeman is to make the acquaintance of some woodchopper in your neighbourhood.
OUTDOOR SPORTS AND GAMESCLAUDE H. MILLER

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