Here, table, highboy chairs, and screen—mahogany, cherry, teak—looked nervous and disproportioned.
They are covered with teak, scarped, and many images are carved in the recesses of the rock, apparently sandstone.
The forest was open, and consisted of teak and cedar with but little undergrowth.
Noticed en route, both on the plains and on the hills, teak; in the latter situations many of the specimens were very fine.
That figured (Fig. 12) is made by mounting a teak top 60 cm.
Mr. Chase, meeting Mr. teak's eye, winked an obvious suggestion.
Mr. teak grunted, and, opening the door, ushered her into the street.
The great bar of teak was drawn from its staples, and the door was opened.
Mr. teak, wondering as to the operations of Mr. Chase, agreed dumbly.
Rangoon is the seaport, with a considerable ship-building industry that results from the teak forests.
type of East Indian tree, 1690s, from Portuguese teca, from Malayam tekka, corresponding to Tamil tekku, Telugu teku, Kanarese tegu.