The floors were softened by cork tiles, the walls by Philippine mahogany paneling.
Nope, he has to be seen landing his chopper on the South Lawn, propping his leather loafers on his mahogany desk in the Oval.
Mike Lennon and I were two of a dozen speakers who stood next to the mahogany casket.
Youd have preferred him to start with mahogany and polished brass.
The boards are made from 1/8-inch mahogany, which can be obtained at any lumber-yard.
They are built of wood, and are generally raised eight or ten feet from the ground, on pillars of mahogany.
Only two materials are used in the construction of this hull, aluminum and mahogany.
The Poor Boy peeped into the dining-room and drew back, his eyes almost drunk with mahogany, and gold and Spanish leather.
The doors were of mahogany as was likewise the wainscoting of the staircases.
The above will remove the stain, without injury to the color of the wood, mahogany or any other kind.
1670s, from Spanish mahogani, of unknown origin; perhaps from the tree's native name in Maya (Honduras). As an adjective from 1730.