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woodenware

[woo d-n-wair] /ˈwʊd nˌwɛər/
noun
1.
vessels, utensils, etc., made of wood.
Origin of woodenware
1640-1650
1640-50; wooden + ware1
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  • Jim knew well Winkleman had not abandoned the woodenware tradehe had gone over to Welliver or some other of the enemy.

    Sudden Jim Clarence Budington Kelland
  • The wood is used for cabinet work, woodenware and paper pulp.

    Woodcraft Alan Douglas
  • woodenware factories generally keep it in stock in the northern states.

    American Forest Trees Henry H. Gibson
  • It is used for interior finish, furniture, woodenware and turnery.

    Forest Trees of Illinois Fuller George D.
  • It is used in construction, for interior finish of houses, woodenware and shingles.

    Studies of Trees Jacob Joshua Levison
  • It is used for woodenware, artificial limbs, paper pulp, and for lumber and fuel.

    Forest Trees of Illinois Fuller George D.
  • Commercial value: The wood is light and soft and used for paper pulp, woodenware, cooperage and furniture.

    Studies of Trees Jacob Joshua Levison
  • Plain furniture is made of it, and the manufacturers of woodenware find it suitable for most of their commodities.

    American Forest Trees Henry H. Gibson
  • It has been used to some extent in the manufacture of woodenware, in turnery and for wagon hubs.

    Forest Trees of Illinois Fuller George D.
  • Used for woodenware, artificial limbs, paper pulp, and locally also for building construction.

    Seasoning of Wood Joseph B. Wagner

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