Definitions

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  • noun Articles made from wood.

Etymologies

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wood +‎ -ware

Examples

  • It neither increases nor diminishes in size; it is difficult to say what the inhabitants find to do, for, though trades in woodware are still carried on, there cannot be enough of this class of work nowadays to maintain all the householders, the forests around having been so greatly thinned and curtailed.

    A Changed Man

  • It neither increases nor diminishes in size; it is difficult to say what the inhabitants find to do, for, though trades in woodware are still carried on, there cannot be enough of this class of work nowadays to maintain all the householders, the forests around having been so greatly thinned and curtailed.

    A Changed Man; and other tales

  • Tuttle, S. groceries and woodware, corner S. Front and Middle streets, Newbern.

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