Associations to the word «Lumber»
LUMBER, noun. (uncountable) Wood intended as a building material.
LUMBER, noun. Useless things that are stored away
LUMBER, noun. A pawnbroker's shop, or room for storing articles put in pawn; hence, a pledge, or pawn.
LUMBER, verb. (intransitive) to move clumsily
LUMBER, verb. (transitive) to load down with things, to fill, to encumber
LUMBER, verb. To heap together in disorder.
LUMBER, verb. To fill or encumber with lumber.
LUMBER ROOM, noun. Storeroom in a house where odds and ends, especially furniture, can be stored
LUMBER STATE, proper noun. (informal) Maine, United States
LUMBER YARD, noun. A merchant that sells finished wood products used to build objects, such as some furniture and fixtures, as well as construction and repair of complete structures such as houses, buildings, etc. Most lumber yards have evolved into full-service hardware stores.
LUMBER YARDS, noun. Plural of lumber yard
LUMBER, noun. The wood of trees cut and prepared for use as building material.
LUMBER, noun. An implement used in baseball by the batter.
LUMBER, verb. Move heavily or clumsily; "The heavy man lumbered across the room".
LUMBER, verb. Cut lumber, as in woods and forests.
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