What is the noun for lumbered?

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  1. (Canada) Wood intended as a building material.
  2. (Britain) Useless things that are stored away
  3. (obsolete) A pawnbroker's shop, or room for storing articles put in pawn; hence, a pledge, or pawn.
  4. (baseball, slang) A baseball bat
  5. Synonyms:
    1. wood, timber, miscellanea, rummage, oddments, sundries, bric-a-brac, jumble, clutter, things, trash, refuse, cast-offs, rubbish, planks, rejects, knick-knacks, stuff, gubbins, clobber, litter, junk, planking, bits and pieces, odds and ends, logs, white elephants, boards, bits and bobs, flotsam and jetsam, odds and sods
  1. The act of one who lumbers; heavy, clumsy movement.
  2. (US) The business of felling trees for lumber.
  1. One who lumbers, who moves in a heavy and ungainly manner.
  2. One who is involved in the production of lumber.
  1. plural of lumbering
  1. plural of lumberer
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