Definitions

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  • n. The wood of the ash tree.

Etymologies

ash +‎ wood (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • On the content of the SI article itself, this is what really caught my eye: Mullins owns 10 different sets of prosthetic legs, from her titanium sprinting legs "my brother calls them my 'robo-cop legs,'" she laughs to the intricately carved ashwood museum pieces she once modeled in a fashion show for designer Alexander McQueen.

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  • Black ashwood is another option, and hand-picked poplar wood is an option reserved for the more-expensive, V-12-powered CL 600.

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  • Besides all this, there were on the right side of the platform high-backed ashwood chairs for the jury, and on the floor below tables for the advocates.

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  • Each was designed so that two large square ashwood vats could be fitted into its bed, and the sides of the vats could be hung with golden buckets.

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  • Some had been - nailed by spears and ashwood lances.

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  • There were two stout ashwood clubs here, The Calmer and The Killer.

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  • The ashwood haft was as long as his arm, and smooth and cool to the touch.

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  • She licked bread powder off her fingertips, put her elbows on the pale ashwood and, leaning close to him, said, 'Do you really think this Avalon Ltd is a clue left behind for us by Okami-san?'

    The Kaisho

  • He shook the ashwood spear, he taught the men unfearingly:

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  • With a bit of sharp-edged flint he scraped tiny curls of shavings from a half-formed ashwood arrow, which, from time to time, he lifted even with one eye to look along its glimmering length toward the light, to see that it was straight and flawless, his soft, even voice warbling out the strangely beautiful Indian tradition of

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