any of various nutbearing trees, as the hickory or walnut.
the wood of such a tree.
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How to use nutwood in a sentence
Gentlemen who composed the most fashionable club in Y—— gave an elaborate german to welcome the chatelaine of nutwood.
From the day of her return to nutwood she severed every social tie linking her with Y——.
Here he brought his bride from nutwood, where she had lived since her father's death on the battle-field.
I made more inquiries, but nothing could be found in my office, though there was a bunch of mail from nutwood.An American Suffragette | Isaac N. Stevens
An hour afterward, in front of the post-office, the mail for nutwood was brought to the trap.
British Dictionary definitions for nutwood
any of various nut-bearing trees, such as walnut
the wood of any of these trees
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