from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A small handsome round-headed deciduous tree (Cladrastis lutea) having showy white flowers in terminal clusters and heavy hardwood yielding yellow dye; also called yellowwood.
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- n. small handsome roundheaded deciduous tree having showy white flowers in terminal clusters and heavy hardwood yielding yellow dye
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My chest weighed two tons, was eight cubits in height and six in breadth, had metal clasps, and was hewn out of gopherwood.
It is supposedly the only place in the world where theTorreya taxifolia , the gopherwood tree, grows.
My hibernation sarcophagus is lined with beaver, and has tasteful gopherwood accents.
Not only was there a lot of lightning and thunder, we had enough rain to the point that I was checking the internet for the prices of gopherwood.
VIRAG: Number two on the other hand, she of the cherry rouge and coiffeuse white, whose hair owes not a little to our tribal elixir of gopherwood, is in walking costume and tightly staysed by her sit, I should opine.
The next morning he read on the bottom of one page, "When Noah was one hundred and twenty years old he took unto himself a wife, who was" -- then turning the page -- "140 cubits long -- 40 cubits wide, built of gopherwood -- and covered with pitch inside and out."
It must be made of gopherwood pulp to have held up so long.
Weren’t they carving movies out of gopherwood then?
Noah’s ark was made of gopherwood; gopherwood grew in Eden.
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