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Related topics: Forestry, Occupations
woodcutterwood‧cut‧ter /ˈwʊdˌkʌtə $ -ər/ noun [countable] old-fashioned  TAFBOsomeone whose job is to cut down trees in a forest
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woodcutterYou can replace the hunter with a woodcutter to reduce the atmosphere for violence.The delta is frequented by fishermen and woodcutters as well as by a healthy population of tigers.He was then living among peasants and woodcutters..A number of woodcutters and honey-hunters have fallen victim to Sunderbans tigers.Mungo watched him pile up the treble twenties, thinking of the small boy adopted by the woodcutter.I thought about the shot I had heard, and contemplated confronting the woodcutters.She escaped into the forest, where she found her friend the woodcutter.The astonished cashier told McGregor, an unemployed woodcutter, to come back later - then called the police.
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