[ too-lip-wood, tyoo- ]
/ ˈtu lɪpˌwʊd, ˈtyu- /
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How to use tulipwood in a sentence
A light gleamed and then glimmered in the midst of a thicket of tulipwood and magnolias.The Treasure of Pearls|Gustave Aimard
In Tulipwood, ornamented with bronze, and inlaid with Porcelain.Illustrated History of Furniture|Frederick Litchfield
He planed and sanded boards of a native lumber very like to tulipwood.Blind Man's Lantern|Allen Kim Lang
British Dictionary definitions for tulipwood
/ (ˈtjuːlɪpˌwʊd) /
Also called: white poplar, yellow poplar the light soft wood of the tulip tree, used in making furniture and veneer
any of several woods having stripes or streaks of colour, esp that of Dalbergia variabilis, a tree of tropical South America
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