a person who chops wood, especially one who fells trees.

1770–80, Americanism; wood1 + chopper

woodchopping, noun
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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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