woodsman

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From woods +‎ -man. Compare earlier woodman.

Noun[edit]

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woodsman (plural woodsmen)

  1. A man who lives and works in woodland; a forester or woodman.
  2. (attributive) Designating a group of sports related to forestry culture, including axe throwing, wood splitting, wood chopping, axe cutting, chainsaw cutting, pulpwood tossing, log rolling and decking, pole climbing, and fire building.

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