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groundwood

[ground-woo d] /ˈgraʊndˌwʊd/
noun, Papermaking.
1.
wood that has been ground for making into pulp.
Origin of groundwood
1915-1920
First recorded in 1915-20; ground2 + wood1
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  • It's your set purpose to make good in the groundwood industry.

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  • "Canada's groundwood for the Canadian, inside the Empire," he shot at him.

    The Man in the Twilight

    Ridgwell Cullum
  • It was my dream to break the Skandinavian ring governing the groundwood trade of this country.

    The Man in the Twilight

    Ridgwell Cullum
  • This notion was no less than to drive the Skandinavians out of the groundwood trade of this country.

    The Man in the Twilight

    Ridgwell Cullum
  • I'm going to jump right into the groundwood pulp business when the time comes.

    The Man in the Twilight

    Ridgwell Cullum
  • Bat Harker was unobtrusively standing amongst the piled bales of groundwood that stacked the wharf from end to end.

    The Man in the Twilight

    Ridgwell Cullum
  • You've simply got to see the thing that's going to make the whole world's groundwood trade holler before we're through.

    The Man in the Twilight

    Ridgwell Cullum
  • But I 'low I don't know women like I do groundwood, which was the stuff that fetched me here right now.

    The Man in the Twilight

    Ridgwell Cullum

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