Synonyms of lumber in English

: lumber1lumber2

lumber1


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verb

1‘she watched him lumber blindly down the steep narrow staircase’

SYNONYMS
lurch, stumble, shamble, shuffle, reel, waddle
trudge, clump, stump, plod, tramp, walk clumsily, walk heavily, stamp, stomp, thump, thud, bang
Scottish, Northern Irish sprauchle
Scottish, Irish traik
informal galumph

Synonyms of lumber in English

: lumber1lumber2

lumber2


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noun

1‘a spare room packed with lumber’

SYNONYMS
jumble, clutter, odds and ends, bits and pieces, bits and bobs, rummage, bric-a-brac, oddments, miscellanea, sundries, knick-knacks, flotsam and jetsam, cast-offs, white elephants, stuff, things
rejects, trash, refuse, litter
British rubbish
informal junk, gubbins, clobber
British informal odds and sods

2‘they have diversified into lumber and cattle ranching in the Amazon’

SYNONYMS
timber, wood, planks, planking

verb

1‘the banks do not want to be lumbered with a building that they cannot sell’

SYNONYMS
burden, saddle, encumber, hamper, impose on, load, oppress, trouble, tax
land, dump something on someone