hickory

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Growing out of fissures of the bark and wood of Hickory, Acer, etc.

There were plenty of places nearer Hickory Ridge for fishing purposes.

We have hickory or ekkeri again, followed by a significant one.

These two main braces of course were extra strong, and made of hickory.

There was a fire of hickory, but it burned low, as though it knew the winter was over.

Our hickory brooms were round but Mr. Furnell made a flat one for my sister.

Its flavor can not compare with that of the pecan, hickory, or black walnut.

Next in line of hardiness and reliability is the Weschcke hickory.

The hickory had proven as stubborn as he was himself—which is saying a great deal.

I'm covered all over right now with lumps as big as hickory nuts.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR HICKORY

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