bogwood

[ bog-woo d, bawg- ]
/ ˈbɒgˌwʊd, ˈbɔg- /
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noun

Origin of bogwood

First recorded in 1820–30; bog1 + wood1
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Examples from the Web for bogwood

  • A splinter of bogwood was soon kindled, and by its light I saw that we had been conducted by two girls.

  • Some one struck a light and illuminated a branch of bogwood which he held above his head as a torch.

    The Northern Iron|George A. Birmingham
  • Owen followed him within the hut, and stooping down to the fire, lighted a piece of bogwood to enable him to see.

    St. Patrick's Eve|Charles James Lever

British Dictionary definitions for bogwood

bogwood

/ (ˈbɒɡˌwʊd) /

noun

another name for bog oak
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