Lumber [verb]

Definition of Lumber:

walk heavily, clumsily

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Sentence/Example of Lumber:

This is a severe lumber shortage…Demand is hot and continues to be strong.

Around 40% of all lumber goes toward repairing and remodeling homes, Jalbert says.

Jalbert at Fastmarkets RISI says lumber supplies will be encumbered for months, but could begin to level off by the end of the year.

Given California’s increasing housing needs and greenhouse gas emission goals, California has a direct interest in consuming ecologically sourced lumber.

Its design is adapted from Herman Miller’s 2008 task chair model, which pays close attention to supporting the full length of a sitter’s back, beyond the lumber region.

The road had been built for bringing down lumber, and for six miles it was at perilous angles.

Scattergood fairly licked his lips as he thought of the millions upon millions of feet of spruce to be sawed into lumber.

But they can't run the mill without the log yard and the yard to pile out their lumber.

Next opening the false back of the cupboard, he passed through to the lumber-room beyond, and partly closed the second door.

The Spaniard's boat was lashed so that no mortal could get her clear, and the little craft was used as a sort of lumber-closet.