- Pale soft wood of a tupelo tree especially the water gum.
- Why use wood when you can use plastic?
- The stem is made out of a hard wood like padauk or ebony.
- Light easily worked wood of a tulip tree; used for furniture and veneer.
- Wood is charred by exposure to thermal radiation the depth of the char being closely proportional to the radiant exposure.
- Your money came out of or went into wormy old wooden drawers particles of which flew up your nose and down your throat when they were opened and shut.
- For the stone will cry out from the wall and the rafter will answer from the timber.
- Light soft moderately strong wood of spruce trees; used especially for timbers and millwork.
- Timbers were used to shore up the tunnel.
- Soft light-colored wood of any of various linden trees; used in making crates and boxes and in carving and millwork.
- His boots trod again a damp crackling mast razorshells squeaking pebbles that on the unnumbered pebbles beats wood sieved by the shipworm lost armada.
- The saw blade has not been equipped with alloy cutter head.it is applicable to cut the small log used in interior decoration the result of cutting is very smooth.
- Many early truss bridges were built of wood; one that was erected across the susquehanna river in pennsylvania in1815had a span of110meters.
- Some have suggested that stradivari used beams from ancient cathedrals; others argued that he gave his wood a good urine soaking.
- The houses are built of timber.