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- adj. Made of cedar.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to the cedar or its wood.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of cedar; made of cedar.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. consisting of or made of cedar
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Tennyson uses the word 'cedarn' in _Recoll. of Arab.
He had shifted into a less fanciful mood: and the shadow that followed him was ugly and hulking and wavering upon the cedarn wall of Queen Helen's sleeping-chamber.
Far overhead the echoes of his voice hummed on awhile among the cedarn rafters.
There were certain ways and places that he had cherished; he loved a great old common that stood on high ground, curtained about with ancient spacious houses of red brick, and their cedarn gardens.
But the picture of Sanchia and Melusine, two fair girls, standing together embraced under the cedarn shade had smitten deep into the well-cased heart of Cyrus Worthington.
And he put his joy in the scorn of men, as the miser shuts his gold in a cedarn chest, locked with a triple lock.
These balconies have heard the sighs of passion without selfishness; those cedarn alleys have admitted only vows that were never broken.
Most noticeable among the ancestral masks, each in its little cedarn chest below the cornice, was that of the wasteful but elegant Marcellus, with the quaint resemblance in its yellow waxen features to Marius, just then so full of animation and country colour.
Where are your moonlight halls, your cedarn glooms,
Shakespeare; ‘_yewen_’, or, according to earlier spelling, “_ewghen_ bow”, in Spenser; “_cedarn_ alley”, and “_azurn_ sheen” are both in