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Definition of "sawing" [sawing]

  • Present participle of saw. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "sawing" in a sentence
  • "All of these water powers were first employed in sawing the pine lumber, which was very abundant in and about Varna, the pine trees along the northerly side of Fall Creek being the largest to be found in this region, often five feet in diameter and each cutting twenty-five thousand clear shingles or five thousand feet of first class white pine lumber."
  • "The flaws are there if you are really paying attention, but I bet you’ll be too busy chain sawing the enemy to notice most of them."
  • "One fan recalls sawing a guitar out of his grandmother's table, crafting a pickup out of a telephone receiver and stealing a public propaganda speaker, all to play the Beatles."