Definition of Barwoods
1. barwood [n] - See also: barwood
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Barwoods
Literary usage of Barwoods
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dyeing and Calico Printing: Including an Account of the Most Recent by Frederick Crace Calvert, Charles Edward Groves, John Stenhouse (1876)
"The following reactions may serve to characterise an alcoholic solution of sandal and barwoods:— Distilled water, added large quantity, Chlorine. ..."
2. Chemistry Applied to Dyeing by James Napier (1853)
"... then drying the residue, the average of good barwoods gives— Wood remains ' 73.4 Water at 212° 18.2 Coloring matter 8.4 100.0 By neutralizing the ..."
3. Stories by American Authors (1899)
"His family, the barwoods, had been from the earliest times a race of shrewd and driving New England storekeepers, the very antipodes of sentiment and ..."