sawyer \SAW-yer\, noun:
1. One that is employed in sawing wood.2. Also called sawyer beetle. Any of several long-horned beetles, esp. one of the genus Monochamus, the larvae of which bore in the wood of coniferous trees.3. A tree or a part of a tree that protrudes above the surface in a body of water.
Before it became a surname, sawyer was a common occupational title, from the Middle English sawier, "to saw."
and then I found five dollars
- a phrase used at the end of a story that had really no point to be told to someone. used at the end of boring stories to make them seem more interesting and worthwhile.
"yesterday i went to the fridge and took out a yogurt but put it back and got an apple instead.
...and then i found 5 dollars."
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