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


About ninety-five per cent of such asbestos is mixed with five per cent of wood pulp in water containing borax and glue.

The newspaper and the books on the shelves are made of wood pulp.

Here it meets the wood pulp and clay wheeled from the middle section of the storehouse, which is on that same level.

There is also an excellent article on wood pulp paper in the Scientific American of October 4, 1913.

Library BookbindingArthur Low Bailey

The demands for building material, fuel, wood pulp and the like are too great to permit of such a condition.

The School Book of ForestryCharles Lathrop Pack

Wood pulp is made of it, and out of wood pulp a thousand articles, from toys to wheels of locomotives, are made.

Trees Worth KnowingJulia Ellen Rogers

All have light and soft woods of little value except for making boxes, packing cases and wood pulp.

Carpentry and WoodworkEdwin W. Foster

This ugly looking little steamer, outwardly a wood pulp carrier, is really a very capable mine-layer.

Wood pulp for the manufacture of paper is exported chiefly to the United States.

In the manufacture of wood pulp New York leads all other States.


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