Thesaurus / mahogany
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Staring back through the mahogany banisters her face looked fairly striped with astonishment.
RAINY WEEKELEANOR HALLOWELL ABBOTT
So throughout the night, in my wakeful moments, I saw the light reflected from his mahogany person.
The deck is of mahogany, well caulked, and seven-eighths of an inch in thickness.
The sides of the dining room and ladies cabin are of mahogany and curled maple, with elegant looking-glasses.
TRAVELS THROUGH NORTH AMERICA, V. 1-2BERHARD SAXE-WEIMAR EISENACH
A dilute solution of bichromate of potash is frequently employed to darken oak, mahogany, and coloured woods.
INTARSIA AND MARQUETRYF. HAMILTON JACKSON
On the right of the arch was the mahogany pew of the cashier, on the left, a tall pillar stove radiating intolerable heat.
THE DIVINE FIREMAY SINCLAIR
It was the trunk of a mahogany tree, gnawed right into the centre by worms, but for which circumstance it would not have floated.
He led the way into the house, and through the hall to a massive door of mahogany with a silver door-knob.
THE CROSSINGWINSTON CHURCHILL
Oft with lying skill men veneer the plaster pillar with slabs of marble, and hide soft wood with strips of mahogany.
RIGHT LIVING AS A FINE ARTNEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS
One of the mahogany panels of the desk had been partly smashed in.
THE EXPLOITS OF JUVEPIERRE SOUVESTRE AND MARCEL ALLAIN

WORDS RELATED TO MAHOGANY

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