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Sawhorses

ˈsɔːhɔːs

Meanings of Sawhorses:

noun

A rack supporting wood for sawing.

Usage examples:

Place the marked sheet on sawhorses and cut along the penciled lines with a circular saw set to the…

Sawing

sɔː

Meanings of Sawing:

verb

Cut (something) using a saw.

Usage examples:

The top of each post is sawn off at railing height
noun

A hand tool for cutting wood or other hard materials, typically with a long, thin serrated blade and operated using a backwards and forwards movement.

Usage examples:

Mark the cut line on the board and position the saw with its blade on the line.

Meanings of Sawlog:

noun

A felled tree trunk suitable for cutting up into timber.

Usage examples:

In addition to sawlogs and veneer bolts, larry can make four-foot pulp logs, which are collected an…

Sawlogs

ˈsɔːlɒɡ

Meanings of Sawlogs:

noun

A felled tree trunk suitable for cutting up into timber.

Usage examples:

In addition to sawlogs and veneer bolts, larry can make four-foot pulp logs, which are collected an…

Sawmill

ˈsɔː.mɪl

Meanings of Sawmill:

noun

A factory in which logs are sawn into planks or boards by machine.

Usage examples:

The courts did little to stop textile mills, machine shops, sawmills, chemical works, and similar b…

Sawmills

ˈsɔːmɪl

Meanings of Sawmills:

noun

A factory in which logs are sawn into planks or boards by machine.

Usage examples:

The courts did little to stop textile mills, machine shops, sawmills, chemical works, and similar b…

Meanings of Sawn-off:

noun

A shotgun (= a type of gun) with most of the barrel cut off

Meanings of Sawpit:

noun

The pit in which the lower of two men working a pit saw stands.

Meanings of Saws:

noun

A hand tool for cutting wood or other hard materials, typically with a long, thin serrated blade and operated using a backwards and forwards movement.

Usage examples:

Mark the cut line on the board and position the saw with its blade on the line.
verb

Cut (something) using a saw.

Usage examples:

The top of each post is sawn off at railing height

Sawtooth

ˈsɔːtuːθ

Meanings of Sawtooth:

adjective

Shaped like the teeth of a saw with alternate steep and gentle slopes.

Usage examples:

Bands of jagged sawtooth decoration

Sawyer

ˈsɔːjə

Meanings of Sawyer:

noun

A person who saws timber for a living.

Usage examples:

Opponents believe it's all a spin to provide more even-aged timber for the sawyers.

Sawyers

ˈsɔːjə

Meanings of Sawyers:

noun

A person who saws timber for a living.

Usage examples:

Opponents believe it's all a spin to provide more even-aged timber for the sawyers.

Sax

sæks

Meanings of Sax:

noun

A saxophone.

Usage examples:

Alto sax

Saxatile

ˈsaksətʌɪl

Meanings of Saxatile:

adjective

Living or growing on or among rocks.

Saxe

saks

Meanings of Saxe:

noun

A light blue colour with a greyish tinge.

Usage examples:

Her dress was of saxe blue crepe de chine

Saxes

saks

Meanings of Saxes:

noun

A saxophone.

Usage examples:

Alto sax

Saxhorn

ˈsakshɔːn

Meanings of Saxhorn:

noun

A member of a family of brass instruments with valves and a funnel-shaped mouthpiece, used mainly in military and brass bands.

Usage examples:

Adolphe sax knew of this instrument when developing the e bass of his saxhorn family of 1845, from …

Saxhorns

ˈsakshɔːn

Meanings of Saxhorns:

noun

A member of a family of brass instruments with valves and a funnel-shaped mouthpiece, used mainly in military and brass bands.

Usage examples:

Adolphe sax knew of this instrument when developing the e bass of his saxhorn family of 1845, from …

Saxicoline

sakˈsɪk(ə)lʌɪn

Meanings of Saxicoline:

adjective

Living or growing on or among rocks.

Meanings of Saxicolous:

adjective

Living or growing on or among rocks.

Saxifrage

ˈsaksɪfreɪdʒ

Meanings of Saxifrage:

noun

A low-growing plant of poor soils, bearing small white, yellow, or red flowers and forming rosettes of succulent leaves or hummocks of mossy leaves. many are grown as alpines in rockeries.

Usage examples:

In the top of the wall, to soften the lines, douglas has planted tough, low-growing alpines such as…

Meanings of Saxon:

noun

A member of a people that inhabited parts of central and northern germany from roman times, many of whom conquered and settled in much of southern england in the 5th–6th centuries.

Usage examples:

There was relative peace with british rule over the western half of the country and germanic rule i…
adjective

Relating to the anglo-saxons, their language (old english), or their period of dominance in england (5th–11th centuries).

Usage examples:

Wales is contiguous to england and had been the subject of saxon raids for centuries.

Meanings of Saxonize:

verb

Make saxon or anglo-saxon in character or style.

Usage examples:

Anglian texts that have been routinely saxonized

Meanings of Saxons:

noun

A member of a people that inhabited parts of central and northern germany from roman times, many of whom conquered and settled in much of southern england in the 5th–6th centuries.

Usage examples:

There was relative peace with british rule over the western half of the country and germanic rule i…
adjective

Relating to the anglo-saxons, their language (old english), or their period of dominance in england (5th–11th centuries).

Usage examples:

Wales is contiguous to england and had been the subject of saxon raids for centuries.

Meanings of Saxony:

noun

A fine kind of wool.

Usage examples:

By far, my most comfortable kilt is made of saxony.
proper noun

A large region and former kingdom of germany, including the modern states of saxony in the south-east, saxony-anhalt in the centre, and lower saxony in the north-west.

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