Definition of Satinwoods

1. Noun. (plural of satinwood) ¹



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Definition of Satinwoods

1. satinwood [n] - See also: satinwood

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Satinwoods

satin walnut
satin weave
satined
satinet
satinets
satinette
satinettes
sating
satining
satinleaf
satinpod
satinpods
satins
satinwood
satinwood tree
satinwoods (current term)
satiny
sation
satire
satires
satiric
satirical
satirically
satirick
satirique
satirise
satirised
satirises
satirising
satirist

Literary usage of Satinwoods

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1. Cuba and Porto Rico: With the Other Islands of the West Indies : Their by Robert Thomas Hill (1899)
"On these mountain slopes is an abundance, not only of the choicest cabinet- woods, such as mahogany, satinwoods, and cedar, but also a great variety of ..."

2. Cuba and Porto Rico: With the Other Islands of the West Indies : Their by Robert Thomas Hill (1899)
"On these mountain slopes is an abundance, not only of the choicest cabinet- woods, such as mahogany, satinwoods, and cedar, but also a great variety of ..."

3. Cuba and Porto Rico, with the Other Islands of the West Indies: Their by Robert Thomas Hill (1899)
"On these mountain slopes is an abundance, not only of the choicest cabinet- woods, such as mahogany, satinwoods, and cedar, but also a great variety of ..."

4. The Pocket Guide to the West Indies by Algernon Edward Aspinall (1907)
"Sugar is extensively cultivated in San Domingo, and tobacco, coffee, bananas, and cocoa are also exported, together with mahogany, cedar, and satinwoods. ..."

5. A Text-book of Wood by Herbert Stone (1921)
"... just cited and the satinwoods, both the yellow and the red ; silky, eg Celastrus acuminatus, ..."

6. Commercial Geography of the British Isles by Andrew John Herbertson (1907)
"Many other beautiful woods are imported for the latter purpose, mainly from tropical lands—for example, Brazilian rosewood; the satinwoods of the West ..."

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