any of various reddish cabinet woods, sometimes with a roselike odor, yielded by certain tropical trees, especially belonging to the genus Dalbergia, of the legume family.
a tree yielding such wood.
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How to use rosewood in a sentence
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One can hardly sit on the rosewood rooftop bar without seeing $200 flip flops and overhearing name and place-dropping.
One of them, a $27.5 million 20,000 square foot Georgian mansion with 80 acres, called rosewood, even has its own lake.
In the evening before he left rosewood to go to his new situation, Mrs. Meridith put an hundred pound note into Anna's hands.
The next week little Betsy was brought to rosewood by Anna, with equal delight on both sides.
At the time appointed, Mrs. Meridith and family returned to rosewood; every one was pleased at the thought of once more seeing it.
The timber of the country is of gigantic size, and with other varieties may be found cedar, rosewood, tulip and mahogany.
He crossed as he spoke to a rosewood cabinet placed against the opposite wall.A Sheaf of Corn | Mary E. Mann
British Dictionary definitions for rosewood
the hard dark wood of any of various tropical and subtropical leguminous trees, esp of the genus Dalbergia . It has a roselike scent and is used in cabinetwork
any of the trees yielding this wood
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