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Saw-off

sɔː

Meanings of Saw-off:

phrasal verb

To remove something by cutting it with a saw

Usage examples:

She sawed off the dead branches of the tree.

Meanings of Sawbill:

noun

Another term for merganser.

Meanings of Sawbills:

noun

Another term for merganser.

Sawbones

ˈsɔː.bəʊnz

Meanings of Sawbones:

noun

A doctor or surgeon.

Usage examples:

Osler - a sawbones so famous that somebody wrote a 1,400-page biography of the guy - was the first …

Meanings of Sawboneses:

noun

A doctor or surgeon.

Usage examples:

Osler - a sawbones so famous that somebody wrote a 1,400-page biography of the guy - was the first …

Meanings of Sawbuck:

noun

A sawhorse.

Usage examples:

I've been meaning to make a sawbuck for over a year.

Sawbucks

ˈsɔːbʌk

Meanings of Sawbucks:

noun

A sawhorse.

Usage examples:

I've been meaning to make a sawbuck for over a year.

Meanings of Sawdust:

noun

Powdery particles of wood produced by sawing.

Usage examples:

Some are made from coal, wood, or sawdust, while others are made from peach pits, olive pits, or co…

Meanings of Sawed:

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.

Sawfish

ˈsɔːfɪʃ

Meanings of Sawfish:

noun

A large, tropical, mainly marine fish related to the rays, with an elongated flattened snout that bears large blunt teeth along each side.

Usage examples:

Matthew mcdavitt, an anthropologist who studies the importance of animals in culture, said that he'…

Sawfishes

ˈsɔːfɪʃ

Meanings of Sawfishes:

noun

A large, tropical, mainly marine fish related to the rays, with an elongated flattened snout that bears large blunt teeth along each side.

Usage examples:

Matthew mcdavitt, an anthropologist who studies the importance of animals in culture, said that he'…

Meanings of Sawflies:

noun

An insect related to the wasps, with a sawlike egg-laying tube used to cut into plant tissue before depositing the eggs. the larvae resemble caterpillars and can be serious pests of crops and foliage.

Usage examples:

This insect is the maggot of the eggs laid by sawflies or carpenter bees in the freshly-cut cane of…

Sawfly

ˈsɔːflʌɪ

Meanings of Sawfly:

noun

An insect related to the wasps, with a sawlike egg-laying tube used to cut into plant tissue before depositing the eggs. the larvae resemble caterpillars and can be serious pests of crops and foliage.

Usage examples:

This insect is the maggot of the eggs laid by sawflies or carpenter bees in the freshly-cut cane of…

Sawhorse

ˈsɔːhɔːs

Meanings of Sawhorse:

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…

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.

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