- a small willow tree or shrub, Salix bebbiana, of northern North America, having a gray bark often with diamond-shaped furrows caused by fungi.
- the slender stems of this tree, often carved into furniture, walking sticks, and other decorative objects.
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- Canadian wood that may come from any species of willow and has a diamond pattern in the grain, used for making walking sticks, table lamps, etc
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