rosewood

[ rohz-woo d ]SEE DEFINITION OF rosewood
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROSEWOOD

After this she wanted a carpet, curtains and rosewood furniture.

They lunched by the fireside on a little round table, inlaid with rosewood.

Their chief object of commerce is rosewood or "cam," which they send to the coast.

There are splendid mountains and great forests of mahogany, rosewood, and pine.

A Japanese rosewood on one trip, a Greek olive tree on another.

The shelf in this sort of closet contained only a rosewood casket.

Rosewood, inlaid with mother-of-pearl, tortoise-shell, and ivory.

Lo, the pictures and statues, the Brussels and rosewood which his money has bought!

This applies to walnut and rosewood in distemper as well as to mahogany.

We lifted the instrument—it was most beautiful not only in touch but also with its rosewood case.

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