[hwahyt-woo d, wahyt-]
Origin of whitewood
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Of my two horses, neither was in condition to do military duty when we got to Whitewood.Starlight Ranch
It can also be stained, but is not to be compared with whitewood in this respect.
Pine and whitewood are suitable, or any wood can be used that is not hard to work.
Mrs. Whitewood might have replied, Why don't you say it yourself?
"Mr. Whitewood, please say nothing about this," she whispered.
- any of various trees with light-coloured wood, such as the tulip tree, basswood, and cottonwood
- the wood of any of these trees
- Also: whiteywood another name for mahoe