Thesaurus / rosewood
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At the appointed time I carried the rosewood chest with her dowry to her room.

But Benicia, bowing sweetly, passed on up the aisle and into the alley of rosewood and glass beyond.

Dust of the DesertRobert Welles Ritchie

He bellowed, he stormed; he broke everything he touched; rosewood was as brittle as glass.

Cousin BettyHonore de Balzac

Rosewood furniture should be rubbed gently every day with a clean soft cloth, to keep it in order.

She sought for a book in a bureau standing against the rosewood panelling and, scanning it, gave a sum with evident reluctance.

He was standing beside the rosewood desk, and he reached for the phone.

Folius was growing on the rosewood Acacia, and the branches of Eucalypti were inhabited by the parasitical orange loranth.

She was no more: the trembling skeleton of a twig burnt in the fire, an odour of rosewood and wetted ashes.

UlyssesJames Joyce

He was about as sick of the country as I was, for the grafters were squeezing him for half the profits of his rosewood and rubber.

There was to be a red mahogany chest of drawers against one wall and a rosewood piano against the wall opposite.

Mary, MaryJames Stephens

WORDS RELATED TO ROSEWOOD

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.