teak·​wood | \ ˈtēk-ˌwu̇d How to pronounce teakwood (audio) \

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Recent Examples on the Web The primary bathroom is finished with Vietnam white marble, while the other bathrooms are finished in different types of marble, terrazzo and Burmese teakwood. New York Times, 27 July 2022 During their stay, guests are also invited to hop on board Pangkor Laut's teakwood Oriental Junk and see the shores from a new angle. Roger Sands, Forbes, 9 June 2022 And the refreshing blend of sandalwood, citrus, and teakwood recreates the vacation destination’s balmy breezes, turquoise waters, and sugary beaches. Katie Chang, Forbes, 24 Apr. 2022 Some villas also include bespoke features such as teakwood flooring, handmade bathtubs, and outdoor showers. Dobrina Zhekova, Travel + Leisure, 18 Jan. 2022 Jati Bar, with its views of the verdant valley from the open teakwood lounge, is a nature-lover's dream spot to savor some afternoon tea. Kelsey Fowler, Travel + Leisure, 3 Jan. 2022 Playing with form seems embedded in the brand DNA, with superb whiskies created using various finishing techniques involving Madeira, Sauternes, Armagnac, Spanish oak and South American teakwood casks, as well as rare Japanese Umeshu barrels. Josh Condon, Robb Report, 17 Aug. 2021 However, her favorite piece of furniture in the space is the massive teakwood dining table, which is surrounded by her many plants. Hannah Chubb, PEOPLE.com, 15 June 2021 The new Life Time fitness center boasts a cedarwood sauna with Himalayan salt wall lamps, spacious dressing rooms, indoor salt water lap pool, teakwood showers, radiant heat panels in the yoga studio, and more. Rachel King, Fortune, 21 Apr. 2021 See More

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First Known Use of teakwood

1783, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of teakwood was in 1783

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10 Aug 2022

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“Teakwood.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/teakwood. Accessed 14 Aug. 2022.

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