material or products consisting of plaited or woven twigs or osiers; articles made of wicker.
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How to use wickerwork in a sentence
In the deep bay of the window was a great chair of Indian wickerwork, and I could have sworn it had but now been empty.The Master of Appleby | Francis Lynde
I slept in a little wickerwork cot placed near her bed, so that she could reach me if I uncovered myself in the night.The Woman Thou Gavest Me | Hall Caine
Besides pottery of burnt clay, wickerwork baskets, and saddles and bridles, no general industry obtains in this family.The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 1 | Hubert Howe Bancroft
A fenced house of wickerwork was made by the thralls for her, without any door, but only a window and a skylight.
Kish; a large square basket made of wattles and wickerwork used for measuring turf or for holding turf on a cart.English As We Speak It in Ireland | P. W. Joyce
British Dictionary definitions for wickerwork
a material consisting of wicker
(as modifier): a wickerwork chair
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