Simple Definition of woodwork
: the parts of a room or house (such as window frames or stairs) that are made of wood
: the wooden frame of football or soccer goalposts
Full Definition of woodwork
1 : work made of wood; especially : interior fittings (as moldings or stairways) of wood
2 : a place or state of concealment, seclusion, or anonymity <witnesses came out of the woodwork when a reward was offered>
Examples of woodwork
We painted the walls white and the woodwork red.
The kick hit the woodwork.
First Known Use of woodwork
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WOODWORK Defined for Kids
Definition of woodwork
: work (as the edge around doorways) made of wood
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