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- ligneous; xyloid; woody; xylary; ligniferous
- A plant whose stem does not produce woody, persistent tissue and generally dies back at the end of each growing sea
- A plug for a bunghole in a cask.
- A ridge of wood at the top of the fingerboard or neck of a stringed instrument over which the strings pass.
- A hammer has a metal head and a wooden or metal handle.
- Genus of tropical shrubs and trees having usually odd-pinnate leaves with large leaflets and pink to reddish wood.
- American walnut having a very hard and thick woody shell.
- Small genus of australian woody vines with small violet flowers; closely related to genus kennedia.
- The cell was really a huge wooden cage placed inside the room.wooden ceiling wooden walls and floor.the front part was made up of long stout wooden bars with a space of3inches between them so that the guards could look in from the outside.the door was small and low.