Definition of Orangewood

1. Noun. Fine-grained wood of an orange tree; used in fine woodwork.

Substance meronyms: Orange, Orange Tree
Generic synonyms: Wood



Definition of Orangewood

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Orangewood

orangeats
oranged
orangeish
orangeless
orangely
orangeness
orangequat
orangequats
oranger
orangerie
orangeries
orangeroot
orangery
oranges
orangest
orangewood (current term)
orangewoods
orangey
orangier
orangiest
oranging
orangish
orangite
orangites
orangoutang
orangoutangs
orangs
orangutan
orangutang
orangutangs

Literary usage of Orangewood

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1903)
"Tt. pap., 35 c.; burnt yucca or redwood, 75 c.; burnt leath., $i ; burnt orangewood, $1.25. D: A. Hufford. Hufford, D : A. The real Ramona of Helen Hunt ..."

2. The American Catalogue ... July 1, 1876-Dec. 31, 1910 by Lynds Eugene Jones, Richard Rogers Bowker, Augusta Isabella Appleton (1905)
"D. pap., 35 с. ; burnt yucca or redwood, 75 c. ; burnt leath., $1 ; burnt orangewood, $1.25. D: A. Hufford. Hufford, L: G. Shakespeare in tale and verse. ..."

3. The Secrets of Distinctive Dress: Harmonious, Becoming, and Beautiful Dress by Mary Brooks Picken (1918)
"It can be trained to remain in proper condition by being pushed back regularly with the orangewood stick and with a towel when drying the hands. ..."

4. Crown and Bridge-work for Students and Practitioners by Frederic Austin Peeso (1916)
"After they have been forced apart, somewhat, the work of separating may be completed with orangewood wedges. The space between is dried out and a piece of ..."

5. The Care of the Hand: A Practical Text-book on Manicuring and the Care of by William A. Woodbury (1915)
"They split easily, curl and look unsightly in a short time. A desirable shape of the instrument is shown in Figure 16. Fig. 16 NAIL BRUSH orangewood STICKS. ..."

6. The Medical Clinics of North America by Michael C. Fiore, Stephen S. Entman, Charles B. Rush (1921)
"... in which jewel polishers became sensitized to the dust of the wood used in the polishing process: in one case orangewood, and boxwood in the other. ..."

7. The Anatomy of the Nervous System from the Standpoint of Development and by Stephen Walter Ranson (1920)
"In making this dissection carry the orangewood stick in an anteroposterior direction, removing the white matter a little at a time until a longitudinal ..."

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