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Definition of "spicewood" [spice•wood]

  • An American shrub (Lindera benzoin), whose bark has a spicy taste and odour. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "spicewood" in a sentence
  • "Silver and iron from Eddensea south to Bakta for sugar and rum, then to Far Galt for cedar and spicewood and back to Eddensea."
  • "The Cumberlands were covered with rich undergrowth of the red and white rhododendron, the delicate laurel, the mountain ivy, the flameazalea, the spicewood, and the cane; while the white stars of the dogwood and the carmine blossoms of the red-bud, strewn across the verdant background of the forest, gleamed in the eager air of spring."
  • "In the pioneer days of the great west, coffee and tea were hard to get; and, instead of them, teas were often made from garden herbs, spicewood, sassafras-roots, and other shrubs, taken from the thickets [89]."