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    lumber - Dictionary definition and meaning for word lumber

    (noun) the wood of trees cut and prepared for use as building material
    Synonyms : timber
    (noun) an implement used in baseball by the batter
    Synonyms : baseball bat
    (verb) move heavily or clumsily
    Synonyms : pound
    Example Sentence
    • The heavy man lumbered across the room
    (verb) cut lumber, as in woods and forests
    Synonyms : log
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for lumber

Relate to the person who is "lamba" (lamba in Hindi language means tall person in English ) moves heavily or clumsily

The lumberjack was lumbering with heavy lumbers on his back. Lumberjack comes in ageofempires

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limber is moving swiftly...i.e to b flexible....lumber is to move heavily or awkwardly.....;)

lumber(noun and verb)�sounds simillar to cumber(some)�.means heavy and awkward.

LUMBER=LOVELY+NUMBER...when i said "Hey Lovely chick...whats your nUMBER"..she kicked me on my center point and went away... and i was left MOVING HEAVILY and CLUMSILY....:)

The fat plumber with all his tools moves heavily/clumsily.

When there is lumber (heavy logs of wood)on your back, you walk heavily!

in the movie LORD oF THE RING- the trees (lumber) moves slowly n heavily)

lum==LIMP.....ber=BEAR.....so limp bear walks heavily and slowly

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