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[woo d-chop-er] /ˈwʊdˌtʃɒp ər/
a person who chops wood, especially one who fells trees.
Origin of woodchopper
1770-80, Americanism; wood1 + chopper
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woodchopping, noun Unabridged
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  • Here horses and mules were shod, woodchopper's axes steeled, and metal posts and fixtures for wagons and equipment made.
  • At one place he traded his shotgun to a woodchopper for a coat, which the fugitive said he needed badly as he did not have one.
  • Finally an old woodchopper mot him in tho woods one day.
  • woodchopper the choice in the third race, won handily.

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