woodshavings

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of woodshaving.

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Examples

  • Marie Therese, whose dress was now covered in cobwebs and woodshavings, went on her knees and crawled into the black space.

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  • Marie Therese, whose dress was now covered in cobwebs and woodshavings, went on her knees and crawled into the black space.

    The Stair

  • It is a blend of many smells, of dung-fires and of cooking food, the sweet smell of new-cut hay and the ammoniacal smell of the horses, and the stench of human sewage in open pits, of leather and pitch and horse-sweat and woodshavings and sour beer.

    River God

  • Sawdust or fine woodshavings, milled straw, chaff, fine peat, milled coconut fibre and similar substances.

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  • A similar problem occurred with large woodchips and woodshavings.

    Chapter 10

  • _ (He brushes the woodshavings from Stephen's clothes with light hand and fingers) _ One pound seven.

    Ulysses

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