Definition of Firewoods

1. firewood [n] - See also: firewood



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Firewoods

firewarden
firewardens
firewards
firewatcher
firewatchers
firewater
firewaters
fireweed
fireweeds
firewheel tree
firewire
firewires
firewoman
firewomen
firewood
firewoods (current term)
firework
fireworklike
fireworks
fireworks night
fireworky
fireworm
fireworms
firey
fireys
firing
firing away
firing chamber
firing line
firing mechanism

Literary usage of Firewoods

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1. Camp Cookery by Horace Kephart (1910)
"Best of all Northern firewoods is hickory, green or dry. It makes a hot fire, but lasts a long time, burning down to a bed of hard coals that keep up an ..."

2. The Dravidian Nights Entertainments: Being a Translation of Madanakamarajankadai by S. M. Natesa Sastri (1886)
"They appointed a place of meeting and separated in the streets to sell their fuel, crying, " Firewood to sell, who will buy my firewoods, ..."

3. The International Development of China by Yat-sen Sun (1922)
"In the country the people generally devote ten per cent of their working time to gathering firewoods. In town the people spend about twenty per cent of ..."

4. Structural Botany: Or Organography on the Basis of Morphology. To which is by Asa Gray (1879)
"... opened blossoms arc all thrown to one side almost as strongly as the style is thrown in the opposite direction. One of our common firewoods, ..."

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