Bucksaw



a saw having a blade set across an upright frame or bow, used with both hands in cutting wood on a sawhorse.
Historical Examples

The Turtles of Tasman Jack London
The Turtles of Tasman Jack London
In Pastures Green Peter McArthur
In Pastures Green Peter McArthur
Uncle Walt [Walt Mason] Walt Mason
Hiram The Young Farmer Burbank L. Todd

noun
a woodcutting saw having its blade set in a frame and tensioned by a turnbuckle across the back of the frame

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