Cord wood

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wood for fuel cut to the length of four feet (when of full measure).

See also: Cord

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He enjoyed hunting, gardening, military history, cutting cord wood and in his last years just being at home on the farm viewing his barn and garden.
He had been hiding in a cord wood container at Sholan Farm, a city-owned apple orchard.
with her brother hauling potatoes, blueberries and cord wood to Boston.
When the officer approached them, they threw on the ground cord wood they allegedly had taken from outside the Webco building and ran away.
I read one account of "Bloody Omaha with the dead stacked like cord wood along the water's edge".
Burning regular firewood (called cord wood) can be good and bad for the environment.
gymnastics team doctor implicated in more than 300 sexual abuse allegations, most abuse allegations are the products of wild-eyed, man-hating feminists carrying cord wood and fiery torches.
Then there was the smell of hundreds of dead Japanese troops, "just stacked on the ground, just like cord wood," he remembers.
About 10 years ago, she and her husband began selling eggs and cord wood from their Boylston property, then added pigs, sheep, turkeys and beef cattle to the growing farm.
When purchasing cord wood, you can expect the price to include cutting and splitting, but not necessarily handling and delivery.