treenware

[ tree-uh n-wair ]
/ ˈtri ənˌwɛər /

noun

household utensils, dishes, etc., made entirely of wood.

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British Dictionary definitions for treenware

treenware
/ (ˈtriːənˌwɛə) /

noun

dishes and other household utensils made of wood, as by pioneers in North America

Word Origin for treenware

from treen + ware 1
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