What is another word for Woodcutting?

Pronunciation: [wˈʊdkʌtɪŋ] (IPA)

Woodcutting is the process of cutting or chopping wood for various purposes. There are several synonyms for the word "woodcutting," such as logging, timbering, sawing, chopping, foresting, felling, and lumbering. Logging refers to the process of cutting down trees in a forest or timbered area, while timbering is the process of harvesting timber. Sawing refers to the action of cutting a log into smaller pieces using a saw, and chopping involves using an axe or hatchet to split wood. Foresting refers to the practice of managing and cultivating forests. Felling means cutting down trees, and lumbering refers to the industry of processing the harvested timber.

Usage examples for Woodcutting

Without her protection my good man, who works at Woodcutting, would have fallen, like a wolf, beneath the keepers' guns....
"The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries"
W. Y. Evans Wentz
Farmers have to give part of the wool at sheep-shearing; part of the wood at Woodcutting; and the best of the fruit at harvest."
"Men Called Him Master"
Elwyn Allen Smith
He had a cold, but he said he thought it would leave him when he went out Woodcutting, for he had to supply wood to the whole parish.
"Good Stories For Great Holidays Arranged for Story-Telling and Reading Aloud and for the Children's Own Reading"
Frances Jenkins Olcott

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