firewood

[fahyuhr-wood]
noun
wood suitable for fuel.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English ferwode. See fire, wood1

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Example sentences
Also, local farmers and ranchers clear cloud forest to expand their operations
  and harvest firewood.
But in the developing world, where firewood is scarce, peasants burn those
  cornstalks for cooking fuel.
One of them, on going to secure it for firewood, found it was an old trunk
  heavily corded.
There were no camels now, only a few sad donkeys hauling firewood.
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