barnwood

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noun barn·wood \ˈbärn-ˌwu̇d\

Definition of barnwood

  1. :  wood used to build a barn He takes things like weathered barnwood, rusted hardware and discarded mantelpieces and transforms them into elegant, functional furniture … — Derek Simmonsen, Washington Times, 3 Oct. 2002

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1902

First Known Use of barnwood

1902


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