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rift-sawed

[ rift-sawd ]
/ ˈrɪftˌsɔd /
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adjective

(of lumber) sawed radially so that the broader sides of the boards or timbers are approximately perpendicular to the annual rings.

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Also rift-sawn [rift-sawn]. /ˈrɪftˌsɔn/.
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