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woodenware

[woo d-n-wair] /ˈwʊd nˌwɛər/
noun
1.
vessels, utensils, etc., made of wood.
Origin
1640-1650
1640-50; wooden + ware1
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  • It is used for furniture, turnery, woodenware and paper pulp.
  • He has been making and selling fine woodenware ever since.
  • Historical uses: broom handles, woodenware, furniture.
  • It makes fine trim, woodenware and wall paneling and is an excellent wood for woodworkers.
  • It is also popularly used for woodenware such as spools, spindles, and other turned articles.
  • Spurs served the paper mill and a woodenware factory.
  • The light cream-colored wood is used for furniture, turnery, woodenware and paper pulp.
  • Historical uses: furniture, woodenware, barrel staves.
  • Fish, ship's stores, and woodenware swelled the exports.

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