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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ We managed, though, losing none on the way home from the lumberyard.

n. A facility dedicated to the preparation and/or sale of lumber.


n. a workplace where lumber is stocked for sale

Usage examples of "lumberyard".

His teeth on edge from sugared sweet wine, he may have ground the Virgin to within speaking distance two or three times more: on the Holm, between the lumberyards on either side of Breitenbach Bridge or, as usual, at Strohdeich.

Doberman pinscher he killed when he burglarized a lumberyard in Tulsa in 1921, and she didn't care.

It was nine o'clock at night and he had managed to beg off in the middle of his overtime at the lumberyard to rush home.

But aside from ingesting trees and the cars and gulping down forty or fifty lumberyards, they did little harm.

Several boys stood atop the jungle gym like sentries, and Garraty was reminded of the men in the lumberyard a ways back.