Definition of "timber-merchant" [timber-merchant]

  • A dealer in timber. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "timber-merchant" in a sentence
  • "Financed by a Tolstoyan timber-merchant, Jacob, and inspired by an adored servant-girl, Anna, Motl discovers the possibilities of close-ups, cutting and montage."
  • "Upper Wessex, at the house of one Wall, a timber-merchant, where, he believed, she still had a lodging, though her husband, if he were lawfully that much, was but an occasional visitor to the place."
  • "The timber-merchant turned indignantly to Mrs. Melbury."