Definition of Hazelwood
1. Noun. Reddish-brown wood and lumber from heartwood of the sweet gum tree used to make furniture.
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Literary usage of Hazelwood
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1. The Recorder of Birmingham: A Memoir of Matthew Davenport Hill : with by Rosamond Davenport Hill, Florence Davenport Hill (1878)
"... Education—hazelwood School—hazelwood Magasine Thomas Creswick—Hofwyl—De ... at Florence—Foreign Pupils at hazelwood—Lord Lansdowne—Reviews of Public ..."
2. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Dept. of Public Instruction, Pennsylvania State Library (1858)
"COMMODORE hazelwood TO PREST. OF COUNCIL, 1778. ... I am your Excelen' most obed' Serv', JOHN hazelwood, CPF Phil", Octob', 1778. ..."
3. Albemarle County in Virginia: Giving Some Account of what it was by Nature by Edgar Woods (1901)
"In 1823 hazelwood Farish sold to Thomas Poindexter Jr., the stock and equipment of a Stage line running through Charlottesville. FARRAR. ..."
4. Sketches in Crude Oil: Some Accidents and Incidents of the Petroleum by John James McLaurin (1896)
"2, thirty rods west, was a small affair. Dusters and light pumpers studded the road from Criswell to Petrolia, with the hazelwood Oil-Company's ..."
5. Recollections, 1832 to 1886 by Algernon West (1900)
"... Peel—The Hyde Park Riots—Father Prout—Disraeli's Ten Minutes Bill—The Derby of 1867—Visits to hazelwood and Westbrook—Lord Stratford de Redcliffe— Visit ..."