What is another word for sawyer?

Pronunciation: [sˈɔ͡ɪə] (IPA)

A sawyer is someone who is skilled in using a saw, typically to cut wood into pieces and shapes. Synonyms for this word are many, for instance, woodcutter, sawmill worker, timberman, saw operator, and woodworker. Some other synonyms include sawyer hand, saw-filer, saw wrangler, and saw tinker. A sawyer is usually associated with the lumber industry, and one cannot mention sawyer without thinking of lumberjack. In recent years, however, technology has made the work of sawyers easier, and the profession has undergone major changes. Nonetheless, the job is still crucial in the construction and woodworking industries.

What are the hypernyms for Sawyer?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Sawyer?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

Usage examples for Sawyer

The couple eventually married and Grandfather sawyer gave them a generous start in life by financing a house in Greencastle, but not before being satisfied with Pap's credit-worthiness.
Durham, Andrew Everett
This has led me to write you, feeling that you and Mrs. Durham should be consulted, and know just what Mrs. sawyer and I contemplated, and to have your approval; also that you think they are not taking an unwise step, from your point of view, as you know much better what Greencastle presents as a permanent home for them, and Andrew's present situation, and what he can reasonably expect in the near future.
Durham, Andrew Everett
I have read the above to Mrs. sawyer and she approves my sending it and joins me in good wishes .
Durham, Andrew Everett

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