woodwork

Part of speech: noun

The wooden part of any structure, especially interior wooden parts.

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Usage examples "woodwork":

  1. Their clothes are faded and weather- stained, their belts and straps and equipments chafed and worn, the woodwork of their rifles smooth of butt and shiny of hand- grip from much using and cleaning. - "Between the Lines", Boyd Cable.
  2. All the woodwork was oak, the floors and walls of solid stone,- hence, when Dove, who had no nerves or physical feelings, proceeded with his cooking, the noise he caused was tremendous. - "The Lighthouse", Robert Ballantyne.
  3. The woodwork of a room, of course, directly influences the treatment of its walls. - "The House in Good Taste", Elsie de Wolfe.