woodcutter

[wood-kuht-er]
noun
1.
a person who cuts down trees for firewood.
2.
a person who makes woodcuts.

Origin:
1755–65, Americanism; wood1 + cutter

woodcutting, noun
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woodcutter (ˈwʊdˌkʌtə)
 
n
1.  a person who fells trees or chops wood
2.  a person who makes woodcuts
 
'woodcutting
 
n

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Example sentences
To the right of tile central panel is an image of birch logs bundled around a woodcutter's ax.
Each woodcutter is required to purchase a minimum of two cords.
Both the woodcutting permit and the woodcutting tags need to be in the woodcutter's possession when gathering wood.
From early boyhood he worked on his father's farm and as a woodcutter.
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