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lumber definition

  • noun:
    • Timber sawed into panels, planks, or any other architectural members of standard or certain length.
    • some thing useless or difficult.
    • Chiefly British Miscellaneous accumulated articles.
    • Wood meant as a building product.
    • worthless items that are stored away
    • A pawnbroker's store, or room for saving articles added pawn; thus, a pledge, or pawn.
    • Old or decline household stuff; things cumbrous, or bulky and useless, or of little value.
    • wood sawed or put into the form of beams, joists, panels, planks, staves, hoops, etc.; esp., whatever is smaller compared to heavy timber.
    • Things, almost bulky and difficult, thrown apart (or which can be tossed apart) since no present usage or price.
    • wood sawed or separated to be used, as beams, joists, boards, planks, staves, hoops, and stuff like that.
    • ineffective and difficult fat, bulk, etc.
    • Foolish or ribald talk.
    • damage; mischief.
    • A pawnbroker's store.
    • A pledge; a pawn.
    • an implement utilized in baseball by the batter
    • the timber of trees slashed and prepared for use as building product
  • verb-transitive:
    • To cut-down (woods) and prepare as marketable wood.
    • To reduce the timber of.
    • Chiefly British To clutter with or just as if with unused articles.
    • To heap together in disorder.
    • To fill or encumber with lumber.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To cut and prepare timber for advertising.
    • To walk or move with hefty clumsiness. See Synonyms at blunder.
    • to maneuver with a rumbling sound.
    • to go greatly, just as if strained.
    • which will make an audio as though moving heavily or clumsily; to rumble.
    • To cut logs in the forest, or prepare timber for market.
  • verb:
    • to maneuver clumsily
    • to weight straight down with things, to fill, to encumber
    • slice lumber, like in woods and forests
    • move heavily or clumsily
  • others:
    • To make huge rumbling sound; rumble: chiefly in the present participle.
    • to go greatly or cumbrously: chiefly in the present participle.
    • To stumble. Also lumper.
    • To heap together in disorder.
    • To fill with lumber; encumber with anything ineffective: because, to lumber an area: usually with up.
    • To reduce timber when you look at the woodland and prepare it for market.
    • To put in pawn; ergo, to put in jail.
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