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cordwood

[ kawrd-wood ]
/ ˈkɔrdˌwʊd /
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noun
wood stacked in cords for use as fuel.
logs cut to a length of 4 feet (1.2 meters) to facilitate stacking in cords.
trees intended for timber but of a quality suitable only for fuel.
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Origin of cordwood

First recorded in 1630–40; cord + wood1
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British Dictionary definitions for cordwood

cordwood
/ (ˈkɔːdˌwʊd) /

noun
wood that has been cut into lengths of four feet so that it can be stacked in cords
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