pitsaw


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pit·saw

also pit saw  (pĭt′sô′)
n.
A large saw for cutting logs, operated jointly by a person standing above the log and another in a pit underneath.

pitsaw

(ˈpɪtˌsɔː)
n
(Tools) a large saw formerly used for cutting logs into planks, operated by two men, one standing on top of the log and the other in a pit underneath it
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Noun1.pitsaw - a large two-handed saw formerly used to cut logs into planks; one man stood above the log and the other in a pit below
lumberman's saw, two-handed saw, two-man saw, whipsaw - a saw with handles at both ends; intended for use by two people