White-walnut, or butter-nut, and black-walnut, are not so good as the English walnut.
The heavy honesty of black-walnut depressed her after the gilded stucco of her mother's salon.
But the children were not allowed to make use of them, so they languished in the black-walnut bureau.
She was a good-hearted creature, but she belonged to the black-walnut and marble-group period.
On a black-walnut shelf between the windows lay a choice collection of meerschaum and brier-wood pipes.
There were black-walnut forests in places, with timber almost as hard as horn.
The color rose in her cheeks and neck and up to her black-walnut hair till the red dress and the red face looked all of a flame.
A few years after building Markson's house, I went with a Southern friend into a black-walnut speculation.
black-walnut wood has long been famous for its beauty, and it grows deeper and darker with age.