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      n  
1    the hard fibrous substance consisting of xylem tissue that occurs beneath the bark in trees, shrubs, and similar plants  
   Related adjs       ligneous       xyloid  
2    the trunks of trees that have been cut and prepared for use as a building material  
3    a collection of trees, shrubs, herbs, grasses, etc., usually dominated by one or a few species of tree: usually smaller than a forest  
an oak wood         Related adj       sylvan  
4    fuel; firewood  
5      (Golf)  
a    a long-shafted club with a broad wooden or metal head, used for driving: numbered from 1 to 7 according to size, angle of face, etc.  
b    (as modifier)  
a wood shot     
6      (Tennis, etc.)   the frame of a racket  
he hit a winning shot off the wood     
7    one of the biased wooden bowls used in the game of bowls  
8      (Music)      short for       woodwind  
  
See also  
    woods       3  
9   
a    casks, barrels, etc., made of wood  
b    from the wood   (of a beverage) from a wooden container rather than a metal or glass one  
10    have (got) the wood on     (Austral. and N.Z.)  
informal   to have an advantage over  
11    out of the wood or woods   clear of or safe from dangers or doubts  
we're not out of the wood yet     
12    see the wood for the trees   used with a negative   to obtain a general view of a situation, problem, etc., without allowing details to cloud one's analysis  
he can't see the wood for the trees     
13    modifier   made of, used for, employing, or handling wood  
a wood fire     
14    modifier   dwelling in, concerning, or situated in a wood  
a wood nymph     
      vb  
15    tr   to plant a wood upon  
16    to supply or be supplied with fuel or firewood,   (See also)        woods  
     (Old English widu, wudu; related to Old High German witu, Old Norse vithr)  
  woodless      adj  
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wood          [2]  
      adj  
Obsolete   raging or raving like a maniac  
     (Old English wod; related to Old High German wuot (German Wut), Old Norse othr, Gothic woths, Latin vates seer)  

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Wood         
      n  
1    Mrs Henry, married name of Ellen Price. 1814--87, British novelist, noted esp. for the melodramatic novel East Lynne (1861)  
2    Sir Henry (Joseph). 1869--1944, English conductor, who founded the Promenade Concerts in London  
3    John, known as the Elder. 1707--54, British architect and town planner, working mainly in Bath, where he designed the North and South Parades (1728) and the Circus (1754)  
4    his son, John, known as the Younger. 1727--82, British architect: designed the Royal Crescent (1767--71) and the Assembly Rooms (1769--71), Bath  
5    Ralph. 1715--72, British potter, working in Staffordshire, who made the first toby jug (1762)  


Belleau Wood     (French)  
      n   a forest in N France: site of a battle (1918) in which the U.S. Marines halted a German advance on Paris  
Chinese wood oil  
      n      another name for       tung oil  
citron wood  
      n  
1    the wood of the citron tree  
2    the wood of the sandarac  
gopher wood  
      n   the wood used in the construction of Noah's ark, thought to be a type of cypress (Genesis 6:14)  
     (from Hebrew gopher)  
log of wood  
      n     (N.Z.)      the. an informal name for       Ranfurly Shield  
partridge-wood  
      n   the dark striped wood of the tropical American papilionaceous tree, Andira inermis, used for cabinetwork  
shittim wood  
      n     (Old Testament)   a kind of wood, probably acacia, from which the Ark of the Covenant and parts of the tabernacle were made  
     (C14: from Hebrew shittim, plural of shittah)  
speckled wood  
      n   a common woodland brown satyrid butterfly, Pararge aegeria, marked with pale orange or yellowish-white spots  
tallow wood  
      n     (Austral)   a tall eucalyptus tree, Eucalyptus microcorys, of coastal regions, having soft fibrous bark and conical fruits and yielding a greasy timber  
wood   [1]  
      n  
1    the hard fibrous substance consisting of xylem tissue that occurs beneath the bark in trees, shrubs, and similar plants  
   Related adjs       ligneous       xyloid  
2    the trunks of trees that have been cut and prepared for use as a building material  
3    a collection of trees, shrubs, herbs, grasses, etc., usually dominated by one or a few species of tree: usually smaller than a forest  
an oak wood         Related adj       sylvan  
4    fuel; firewood  
5      (Golf)  
a    a long-shafted club with a broad wooden or metal head, used for driving: numbered from 1 to 7 according to size, angle of face, etc.  
b    (as modifier)  
a wood shot     
6      (Tennis, etc.)   the frame of a racket  
he hit a winning shot off the wood     
7    one of the biased wooden bowls used in the game of bowls  
8      (Music)      short for       woodwind  
  
See also  
    woods       3  
9   
a    casks, barrels, etc., made of wood  
b    from the wood   (of a beverage) from a wooden container rather than a metal or glass one  
10    have (got) the wood on     (Austral. and N.Z.)  
informal   to have an advantage over  
11    out of the wood or woods   clear of or safe from dangers or doubts  
we're not out of the wood yet     
12    see the wood for the trees   used with a negative   to obtain a general view of a situation, problem, etc., without allowing details to cloud one's analysis  
he can't see the wood for the trees     
13    modifier   made of, used for, employing, or handling wood  
a wood fire     
14    modifier   dwelling in, concerning, or situated in a wood  
a wood nymph     
      vb  
15    tr   to plant a wood upon  
16    to supply or be supplied with fuel or firewood,   (See also)        woods  
     (Old English widu, wudu; related to Old High German witu, Old Norse vithr)  
  woodless      adj  
wood   [2]  
      adj  
Obsolete   raging or raving like a maniac  
     (Old English wod; related to Old High German wuot (German Wut), Old Norse othr, Gothic woths, Latin vates seer)  
wood alcohol  
      n      another name for       methanol  
wood-and-water joey  
      n     (Austral)  
informal   a person employed to carry out menial tasks  
     (from the biblical phrase ``hewers of wood and drawers of water'' (Joshua 9:21) and joey)  
wood anemone  
      n   any of several woodland anemone plants, esp. Anemone quinquefolia of E North America and A. nemorosa of Europe, having finely divided leaves and solitary white flowers,   (Also called)    windflower  
wood ant  
      n   a reddish-brown European ant, Formica rufa, typically living in anthills in woodlands  
wood avens  
      n      another name for       herb bennet  
wood block  
      n  
1    a small rectangular flat block of wood that is laid with others as a floor surface  
2      (Music)      another word for       Chinese block  
wood coal  
      n      another name for       lignite       charcoal  
wood duck  
      n   a duck, Aix sponsa, of wooded swamps, lakes, etc., in North America, having a very brightly coloured plumage in the male  
wood engraving  
      n  
1    the art of engraving pictures or designs on wood for printing by incising them with a burin on a block of wood cut across the grain  
2    a block of wood so engraved or a print taken from it  
  wood engraver      n  
wood hedgehog  
      n   a pale buff basidiomycetous fungus, Hydnum repandum, found in broad-leaved woodlands having a spiny underside to the cap  
wood hyacinth  
      n      another name for       bluebell       1  
wood ibis  
      n   any of several storks having a downward-curved bill, esp. Mycteria americana of America and Ibis ibis of Africa  
wood nymph  
      n   one of a class of nymphs fabled to inhabit the woods, such as a dryad  
wood opal  
      n   a form of petrified wood impregnated by common opal  
wood owl  
      n      another name for       tawny owl  
wood pigeon  
      n   a large Eurasian pigeon, Columba palumbus, having white patches on the wings and neck,   (Also called)    ringdove, cushat  
wood pitch  
      n   the dark viscid residue left after the distillation of wood tar: used as a binder in briquettes  
wood preservative  
      n   a coating applied to timber as a protection against decay, insects, weather, etc.  
wood pulp  
      n  
1    wood that has been ground to a fine pulp for use in making newsprint and other cheap forms of paper, and in the production of hardboard  
2    finely pulped wood that has been digested by a chemical, such as caustic soda, and sometimes bleached: used in making paper  
wood rat  
      n      another name for       pack rat  
wood sage  
      n   a downy labiate perennial, Teucrium scorodonia, having spikes of green-yellow flowers: common on acid heath and scree  
wood sorrel  
      n   a Eurasian plant, Oxalis acetosella, having trifoliate leaves, an underground creeping stem, and white purple-veined flowers: family Oxalidaceae  
wood spirit  
      n     (Chem)      another name for       methanol  
wood sugar  
      n     (Chem)      another name for       xylose  
wood tar  
      n   any tar produced by the destructive distillation of wood: used in producing tarred cord and rope and formerly in medicine as disinfectants and antiseptics  
wood vinegar  
      n      another name for       pyroligneous acid  
wood warbler  
      n  
1    a European woodland warbler, Phylloscopus sibilatrix, with a dull yellow plumage  
2    another name for the American warbler  
   See       warbler       3  
wood wasp  
      n      another name for the       horntail  
wood woollyfoot  
      n   a common yellowish basidiomycetous fungus, Collybia peronata, of broad-leaved woodland, having a hairy tuft at the foot of the stem  

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wood

  
1         woods    coppice, copse, forest, grove, hurst     (archaic)   thicket, trees, woodland  
2    out of the wood(s)      clear, home and dry     (Brit. slang)   in the clear, out of danger, safe, safe and sound, secure  
3    planks, timber  

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n.
A moulding commonly used in framing oil paintings. The liner is fixed inside the frame and appears between the image and the outer frame. Generally made out of wood or some other hard material, the liner may have fabric glued down to it. Liners are to canvases what a mat/mount is to a print on paper
[Artwork framing] Polystyrene or wood liner. Fabric-covered liner. Linen liner. Gold liner.
n.
hin, often tapered piece of material, such as wood, stone, or metal, used to fill gaps, make something level, or adjust something to fit properly
n.
Wood where the log is first quartered lengthways, resulting in wedges with right angles in the centre of the log. Less prone to shrinkage and is more stable. Used in barrel-making.
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