An evergreen tree (Cassine laneana) native to Bermuda, having oblanceolate leaves, unisexual flowers, and creamy-white fruit.(noun)
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Use "olivewood" in a sentence
"At Via Garibaldi 5A/7, Anna Maria Costa presides over Emilio Borsi, a.k.a. L'Elixir, a brick-walled, industrial-looking space with wooden display shelves overflowing with artisanal honeys, figured olivewood kitchen implements, and local confections like the dry cookies called "bones of the dead.""
"Quite beyond ordinary scruples by this time, I shamelessly rifled the olivewood desk, keeping an ear out for returning footsteps."
"The olivewood base made it one of the sexiest mens scents to come down the pike in a long while."