Definitions

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  • n. A wood populated with oak trees.

Etymologies

oak +‎ wood (Wiktionary)

Examples

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  • I turned, eyes watering, to see Dougal MacKenzie looming through the clouds of oakwood smoke.

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  • Until about eighty years ago the whole oakwood had always been coppiced for the charcoal the tin smelters needed on Dartmoor.

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  • He passed his broad sinewy hand across his brow, as if to obliterate these signs of emotion, and advanced towards Annot, holding in his hand a very small box made of oakwood, curiously inlaid.

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  • A valley, through which flowed a small tributary stream, exhibited the wild, but not unpleasant, features of “a lone vale of green braken;” here and there besprinkled with groups of alder-trees, of hazels, and of copse-oakwood, which had maintained their stations in the recesses of the valley, although they had vanished from the loftier and more exposed sides of the hills.

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  • She was like a forest, like the dark interlacing of the oakwood, humming inaudibly with myriad unfolding buds.

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  • I expected to see, with the oakwood on the right and the little white church in the distance, I saw before me a scene completely different, and quite new to me.

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  • No hollow-core flimsy barricade or scary metal portal this, but a solid slab of oakwood, polished deep brown with the passing of years, with brass lockplates and doorknob that gleamed brightly against the old wood.

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