Definition of down timber in English:

down timber

Syllabification: down tim·ber


Fallen trees brought down by wind, storm, or other natural agency.
More example sentences
  • Material from clearing and grubbing may be processed by such means as chipping of logs, down timber, or brush, for mulching material, or salvaging of logs and down timber for firewood.
  • This area also had much down timber from a storm 2 years ago.

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