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palisander

[ pal-uh-san-der, pal-uh-san-der ]
/ ˈpæl əˌsæn dər, ˌpæl əˈsæn dər /
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Origin of palisander

First recorded in 1835–45, palisander is from the French word palissandre< ?
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How to use palisander in a sentence

  • This table was of palisander wood and supported by the semblance of a swan.

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