GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A reddish-brown wood and lumber from the heartwood of the sweet gum tree.
- n. reddish-brown wood and lumber from heartwood of the sweet gum tree used to make furniture
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“Walking sticks of hazelwood or blackthorn, crafted in Ireland, come in a variety of styles from the Hooligan to St. Patrick.”
“As a replacement for wooden casks, some beech or hazelwood chips may be thrown into the tank for flavor.”
“The grip was a dowel of hazelwood with shallow finger grooves.”
“His hands had searched for a certain "feel" of wood, discarding one after another until he found an old hazelwood stick, debarked and bleached nearly white.”
“Long afterwards I heard that he shot it through the dining-room window on a dart of hazelwood while my aunt and Mrs Cottier were at lunch.”
“Before the hut lay a long garden-bed, in which the holy youth grew beans in their season, and other vegetables at other times; for it was on these, with nuts from the hazelwood, and grasses of which I know not the names (though he has told me of them many times), with water from the stream, that he sustained his life.”
“For example, in one corner of the apartment there stood a hazelwood bureau with a bulging body on four grotesque legs — the perfect image of a bear.”
“We searched and found a perfectly forked hazelwood stick," Sprave says.”
“Hazelaid. com was founded two years ago after the owners saw their infant daughter's eczema virtually vanish within two weeks of putting a hazelwood necklace on her.”
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