One who hews (especially one who chops wood with an axe).(noun)
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""I suppose I'm what the Bible calls a hewer of wood and a drawer of water," he would say to himself; for hardly less onerous than the task of keeping the fire in fuel was that of keeping well filled the two water-barrels that stood on either side of the door -- one for the thirsty shantymen, the other for Baptiste's culinary needs."
""hewer," who with his huge, broad axe made square the "stick," as the great piece of timber is called."
"Gideon or Gedeon (Hebrew "hewer"), also called JEROBAAL (Judges, vi,"