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noun
Logger  n.  One engaged in logging. See Log, v. i. (U.S.)






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Logger" Quotes from Famous Books



... water to make egg-pop with. Born in Boston; went to school in Boston as long as the boys would let me.—The little man groaned, turned, as if to look around, and went on.—Ran away from school one day to see Phillips hung for killing Denegri with a logger-head. That was in flip days, when there were always two three loggerheads in the fire. I'm a Boston boy, I tell you,—born at North End, and mean to be buried on Copp's Hill, with the good old underground people,—the Worthylakes, and the rest of 'em. Yes,—up ...
— The Professor at the Breakfast Table • Oliver Wendell Holmes (Sr.)

... was passed round a strong piece of wood called the "logger-head", and, in running out, it began to smoke, and nearly set the wood on fire. Indeed, it would have done so, if a man had not kept constantly pouring water upon it. It was needful to be very cautious ...
— Fighting the Whales • R. M. Ballantyne

... got a ride off on the railroad, and I wasn't going back. I didn't know 'Lias had been arrested until Mr. Cameron brought me back up this way and I heard about it from a logger that didn't know me. He said my body had been found. Of course, it wasn't me. Somebody else was drowned in Rolling River. There's been a little French Canadian feller missing since last fall and he was supposed ...
— Ruth Fielding at Snow Camp • Alice Emerson



Words linked to "Logger" :   labourer, feller, faller, Paul Bunyan, lumberman, jack, scorer



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