Consisting or made of the wood or bark of the beech.(adjective)
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Use "beechen" in a sentence
"Additional confirmation seems afforded by the fact that in certain places in England boys call beechen tops "bacons.""
"Spring's dewy hand on this fair summit weaves The downy grass, with tufts of Alpine flowers, And shades the beechen slopes with tender leaves, And leads the Shepherd to his upland bowers, Strewn with wild thyme; while slow-descending showers, Feed the green ear, and nurse the future sheaves!"
"Apparently it comes from “beech” as in beech tree because the Saxons and Germans usually wrote runes on pieces of beechen board."