bucksaw
noun Date: 1856 a saw set in a usually H-shaped frame for sawing wood

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  • bucksaw — ☆ bucksaw [buk′sô΄ ] n. [ BUCK2 + SAW1] a saw consisting of a toothed blade set in a frame, held on one side with both hands in cutting wood on a sawbuck: see SAW1 …   English World dictionary

  • Bucksaw — A Bucksaw is a hand saw generally used to cut logs or firewood to length ( bucking ). It usually has a metal frame ( H or C shaped) and a removable blade with coarse teeth held in tension by the frame. Lightweight portable or foldable models used …   Wikipedia

  • bucksaw — /buk saw /, n. a saw having a blade set across an upright frame or bow, used with both hands in cutting wood on a sawhorse. [1855 60, Amer.; BUCK3 + SAW1] * * * …   Universalium

  • bucksaw — noun A saw, in a metal frame, used to cut lengths of wood …   Wiktionary

  • bucksaw — buck·saw || bÊŒksɔː n. saw with H shaped frame used for sawing wood on sawhorses …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bucksaw — buck•saw [[t]ˈbʌkˌsɔ[/t]] n. bui a saw having a blade set across an upright frame or bow, used with both hands in cutting wood on a sawhorse • Etymology: 1855–60, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • bucksaw — /ˈbʌksɔ/ (say buksaw) noun a saw consisting of a blade set across an upright frame or bow, one bar of which is extended to form a handle, used with both hands in cutting wood …   Australian English dictionary

  • bucksaw — noun a saw that is set in a frame in the shape of an H; used with both hands to cut wood that is held in a sawbuck • Hypernyms: ↑saw …   Useful english dictionary

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