Definitions

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  • noun hard tough wood of an elm tree; used for e.g. implements and furniture

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Examples

  • So I thought until I was stuck in traffic for a good hour and a half on elmwood, as drunk irish frat guys screamed "HEY" to me, or someone else in the road.

    Drunk & Irish

  • He sat in his elmwood chair, rubbing its arm, declaring it the finest thing he had ever owned and lost.

    The Bonesetter's Daughter

  • He went stealthily, though any noise his shoes made on the rungs was masked by the creak of the great pine masts which protruded down through all the decks to be rooted in the elmwood keel.

    Sharpe's Trafalgar

  • The grass was so green and warm that presently she lay down upon it, her head pillowed upon her arm, her eyes gazing through the fountain mist and down the emerald slopes to where ran the elmwood avenue.

    Sir Mortimer

  • Visit www. elmwood alloutdoors. com or call 309-231-6040.

    News from www.pantagraph.com

  • This antique elmwood dresser with petite brass hardware is unfussy and beautiful.

    Apartment Therapy Main

  • Visit www. elmwood alloutdoors. com or call 309-231-6040.

    News from www.pantagraph.com

  • This antique elmwood dresser with petite brass hardware is unfussy and beautiful.

    Apartment Therapy Main

  • Visit www. elmwood alloutdoors. com or call 309-231-6040.

    News from www.pantagraph.com

  • Visit www. elmwood alloutdoors. com or call 309-231-6040.

    News from www.pantagraph.com

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