woodsman

[woodz-muhn]
noun, plural woodsmen.
1.
Also, woodman. a person accustomed to life in the woods and skilled in the arts of the woods, as hunting or trapping.
2.
a lumberman.

Origin:
1680–90; wood1 + -s3 + man1

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woodsman (ˈwʊdzmən)
 
n , pl -men
Also called: woodman a person who lives in a wood or who is skilled in woodcraft

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Example sentences
She happened upon a friendly woodsman and told him of her predicament.
He wears corduroy breeches, a mackinaw, and a woodsman's boots and cap.
He was a woodsman, a waterman and a sober-minded maker of maps.
He loved being a woodsman, enjoying fishing and camp fires.
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