parquetry

[pahr-ki-tree]
noun
mosaic work of wood used for floors, wainscoting, etc.; marquetry.

Origin:
1835–45; < French parqueterie. See parquet, -ery

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parquetry (ˈpɑːkɪtrɪ)
 
n
Compare marquetry a geometric pattern of inlaid pieces of wood, often of different kinds, esp as used to cover a floor or to ornament furniture

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It had upscale floor tiles--a type of parquetry imparting a sense of quality.
Parquetry is a perceptual training activity designed for use by individuals with cognitive, sensory, or fine motor disabilities.
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