hewn

[ hyoon or, often, yoon ]SEE DEFINITION OF hewn
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The frame is of hewn timber, generally nine by fourteen inches.

The furniture consisted of roughly hewn benches and a table.

The inclosure was protected by a rough fence, hewn out of logs.

As for the maiden, they built her tomb of hewn stone in the place where she was slain.

The buildings are of hewn stone, and of the most substantial description.

We moored our boat at the foot of a flight of steps, hewn from the solid rock.

They did not need to be invented—only hewn and smoothed for the chisel.

The firelight flickered on the hewn logs that supported the thatch overhead.

He had but one arm, for the other was hewn from him, and the byrnie on his left side was red with blood.

But when it chances to be hewn from the same rock as it were—oh!

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