sawhorse

[saw-hawrs]
noun
a movable frame or trestle for supporting wood being sawed.

Origin:
1770–80; saw1 + horse

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sawhorse (ˈsɔːˌhɔːs)
 
n
a stand for timber during sawing

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Example sentences
In the parlor, the principal adornments are two saddles, each in a corner on a
  sawhorse.
Request to have a sawhorse, cement, or metal barricade set up.
The first floor joist or truss must be rolled into position and secured by
  workers on the ground, ladders, or sawhorse scaffolds.
The first floor joists or truss must be rolled into position and secured by
  workers on the ground, ladders or sawhorse scaffolds.
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