Definition of Harewood

1. Noun. stained sycamore wood, used in cabinet making ¹



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Definition of Harewood

1. a type of wood [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Harewood

hareems
harefoot
harehound
harehounds
hareld
harelds
harelike
harelipped
harelips
harem
haremlik
haremlike
harems
hares
harewood (current term)
harewoods
harfang
hari-kari
hariana
harianas
haricot
haricot bean
haricot beans
haricot vert
haricots
haricots verts
haridashi
harier

Literary usage of Harewood

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1. Who's who by Henry Robert Addison, Charles Henry Oakes, William John Lawson, Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen (1897)
"Frederick Canning, Commander EN, 2nd s. of 4th Earl of harewood ; b. ... William Sebright Lascelles, MP, and ad of 2nd Earl of harewood ; b. ..."

2. The History of the Squares of London: Topographical & Historical by Edwin Beresford Chancellor (1907)
"harewood Square, which was not finished till about 1842, was in a direct line ... What was its eastern side is now known as harewood Avenue, in which the ..."

3. Handbook for England and Wales: Alphabetically Arranged for the Use of by John Murray (Firm) (1878)
"The main road winds round the wooded hill on which harewood Castle stands; but the pedestrian should turn off by the first road rt. after passing Arthington ..."

4. The Weekly Reporter by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Great Britain Privy Council (1889)
"That of itself, to my mind, shows his intention to unite the enjoyment of them with that of the harewood Lodge Estate. But when one gets further on and ..."

5. Lincolnshire Pedigrees by A R (Arthur Roland) Maddison, Arthur Staunton Larken (1903)
"pI Mary, legatee of William harewood 1600. Sir Edward harewood* of Thurlby, Knt., ... John harewood or Harwood of the City of Lincoln, gent.=Mary, dau. ..."

6. The Civil, Ecclesiastical, Literary, Commercial, and Miscellaneous History by Edward Parsons (1834)
"THE PARISH OF harewood. THE history of this most delightful and elegant village furnishes some highly interesting facts and narrations, and brings us into ..."

7. The Civil, Ecclesiastical, Literary, Commercial, and Miscellaneous History by Edward Parsons (1834)
"THE PARISH OF harewood. THE history of this most delightful and elegant village furnishes some highly interesting facts and narrations, and brings us into ..."

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