lightwood

[ lahyt-woo d, -oo d ]SEE DEFINITION OF lightwood

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This was called candlewood in New England and lightwood in the South.

She bent over and raked the ashes from her cake with a lightwood splinter.

Although as easy as usual on the surface, Lightwood is not quite as easy as usual below it.

At some loss to fathom Mr Boffin's notions of a tight will, Lightwood felt his way.

Lightwood helped him to some more of that stuff, but it had been cooling, and didn't answer now.

Lightwood also smoked, with his eyes negligently turned on the informer.

Lightwood was at home when he got to the Chambers, and had dined alone there.

He had not reckoned on their seeking his name, or Lightwood's.

Laughingly, Wrayburn looked to Lightwood for an explanation of this odd visit.

Lightwood had by this time secured their places, and the departure-bell was about to be rung.

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kindling

nounmaterial for starting a fire
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