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- noun Articles, such as kitchenware, furniture, or ornaments, made of wood.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A general name for bowls, dishes, etc., turned from solid blocks of wood: often used also of coopers' work, such as pails and tubs.
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- noun ware for domestic use made of wood
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Used in cooperage, for building and furniture lumber, for crates and boxes (especially cracker boxes), for woodenware, and paper pulp.
Used in cooperage, for siding, for panelling and finishing lumber in house, car and shipbuilding, etc., also in the manufacture of toys, culinary woodenware, and backing for drawers.
Used in cooperage for woodenware, turnery articles, interior decorations and flooring.
Cherry is chiefly used as a decorative interior finishing lumber, for buildings, cars and boats, also for furniture and in turnery, for musical instruments, walking sticks, last blocks, and woodenware.
Is similar to _Betula lenta_, and finds a place in practically all kinds of woodenware.
A large class of woodenware, including veneer plates, dishes, boxes, paddles, scoops, spoons, and beaters, which belong to the kitchen and pantry, are made of this species of wood.
Used for woodenware, artificial limbs, paper pulp, and locally also for building construction.
Used extensively for all classes of cooperage and woodenware on the Pacific
Also in the manufacture of toys, culinary woodenware, and backing for veneer.
This wood enters pretty generally into the manufacture of woodenware within its range, but statistics do not mention it by name.