Synonyms for wicker-work

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It was like a cottage made of wicker-work, and mounted on small wheels.

They seem to be built of bamboos, with wicker-work and plants.

One of the genus Calamus, used for wicker-work, seats of chairs, &c.

Pakkanar is said to have earned his living by the sale of the wicker-work, which he made.

Spread upon frames of wicker-work, they make admirable canoes.

These were bearing twelve oval shields of wicker-work covered with skin.

The houses of all classes were of wood, chiefly wattles and wicker-work plastered with clay.

The houses, or wigwams, were square in shape with arching roofs, and looked to be constructed of wicker-work and skins.

A stronger cross-timber, of greater thickness, was laid across the centre, and the whole was then covered by wicker-work.

Attached to the bottom was a light cage made of wicker-work, into which were placed a lamb, a duck, and a rooster.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WICKER-WORK

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adjectivestraw-woven
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