Definition of Cocobola
1. cocobolo [n -S] - See also: cocobolo
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cocobola
Literary usage of Cocobola
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Diseases of occupation and vocational hygiene by George Martin Kober, William Clinton Hanson (1916)
"Similar observations have been made in Austria in connection with the manufacture of walkin: sticks from "cocobola" and other exotic, colored hard wood. ..."
2. The Curiosity Shop: Or, Questions and Answers Concerning the Lumber Business (1906)
"cocobola Wood. You doubtless are familiar with cocobola and the uses to which ... cocobola is one of the cabinet woods of the English and American markets. ..."
3. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1905)
"The African black wood, rose wood, cocobola, and many others are very active. Several of the foreign woods have a ring of white wood which is quite inactive ..."
4. Manual Training Magazine (1914)
"Tools 5>2 inches long, blades forged from highest grade steel, cocobola handles, ferrules nickeled and polished. We warrant material and workmanship to be ..."
5. Wisconsin Journal of Education by Wisconsin Teachers' Association, Wisconsin Education Association Council, Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction (1876)
"The newel post of the main stairway is a curious gem. It is composed of twenty-nine different kinds of wood: 1 coco, 2 White Holly, 3 cocobola, 4 Leopard, ..."