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Definition of "wooding" [wooding]

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

Use "wooding" in a sentence
  • "As Malays, or natives, are employed in those hot climates to do the hard work on board ship, as Kroomen are on the coast of Africa -- such as wooding and watering -- we had more leisure time than we should otherwise have enjoyed."
  • "Dad arrives, tractor chain in hand, and I drive attached to his beat-up blue Chevrolet with dents from pulp-wooding, the truck that my cousin and I drive to downtown Magee."
  • "At our wooding-place, a mile above the Ruo, the water was three feet higher than it was when we were here in June; and on the night of the 6th it rose eighteen inches more, and swept down an immense amount of brushwood and logs which swarmed with beetles and the two kinds of shells which are common all over the African continent."
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