Cite
 

Dictionary


tim•ber



Pronunciation: (tim'bur), [key]
n.
1. the wood of growing trees suitable for structural uses.
2. growing trees themselves.
3. wooded land.
4. wood, esp. when suitable or adapted for various building purposes.
5. a single piece of wood forming part of a structure or the like: A timber fell from the roof.
6. Naut.(in a ship's frame) one of the curved pieces of wood that spring upward and outward from the keel; rib.
7. personal character or quality: He's being talked up as presidential timber.
8. Sports.a wooden hurdle, as a gate or fence, over which a horse must jump in equestrian sports.

v.t.
1. to furnish with timber.
2. to support with timber.

v.i.
to fell timber, esp. as an occupation.

interj.
a lumberjack's call to warn those in the vicinity that a cut tree is about to fall to the ground.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

timbale irontimberbeast
See also:

 

Related Content