adjective Archaic.

resembling or made of cedar.

Origin of cedarn

First recorded in 1625–35; cedar + -(e)n2
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Examples from the Web for cedarn

Historical Examples of cedarn

  • About the cedarn alleys: about the pathways through cedar groves.

  • And he put his joy in the scorn of men, as the miser shuts his gold in a cedarn chest, locked with a triple lock.

  • Here they rested, in a “cedarn shade,” until the gale had subsided: then en avant!

    Some Heroes of Travel

    W. H. Davenport Adams

  • But what arrested our attention was a small flower-bed close to the cedarn pillars of the verandah.

    Lafcadio Hearn

    Nina H. Kennard

  • As the words ‘azurn’ and ‘cedarn’ are peculiar to Milton some hold that he adopted them from the Italian azzurino and cedrino.

    Milton's Comus

    John Milton