Synonyms
Etymology

1. balsa

noun. ['ˈbɔlsə'] forest tree of lowland Central America having a strong very light wood; used for making floats and rafts and in crafts.

Synonyms

  • balsa wood
  • genus Ochroma
  • Ochroma
  • flowering tree
  • Ochroma lagopus

Etymology

  • barco (Spanish)

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Rhymes with Balsa Wood

  • misunderstood
  • understood
  • withstood
  • fulwood
  • suhud
  • stood
  • you'd
  • would
  • should
  • schuld
  • hood
  • goode
  • good
  • could

Sentences with balsa-wood


1. Noun Phrase
Cut some fins from balsa wood and stick them on the edge of the cork.

2. Noun Phrase
The line should be half the height of the balsa wood.

3. Noun Phrase
Draw the shape of a cross on a sheet of balsa wood using pencil.

4. Noun Phrase
Use extra balsa wood to carve the oar tip for each of these sticks.

2. balsa

noun. ['ˈbɔlsə'] strong lightweight wood of the balsa tree used especially for floats.

Synonyms

  • balsa wood
  • wood

Etymology

  • barco (Spanish)

3. wood

noun. ['ˈwʊd'] the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees.

Synonyms

  • balsa
  • gumwood
  • beech
  • tulipwood
  • mahogany
  • raw wood
  • maple
  • heartwood
  • fir
  • quira
  • eucalyptus
  • lemonwood
  • lumber
  • cocoswood
  • log
  • driftwood
  • poon
  • ash
  • white poplar
  • satinwood
  • sycamore
  • guaiac wood
  • tupelo
  • bentwood
  • chestnut
  • linden
  • kingwood
  • duramen
  • sapwood
  • dyewood
  • rosewood
  • brier-wood
  • black locust
  • fruitwood
  • cocuswood
  • lancewood
  • ironwood
  • briarwood
  • elmwood
  • locust
  • true tulipwood
  • cedarwood
  • red sandalwood
  • walnut
  • boxwood
  • deal
  • granadilla wood
  • softwood
  • beefwood
  • yellow poplar
  • matchwood
  • blackwood
  • Turkish boxwood
  • beam
  • lignin
  • basswood
  • orangewood
  • guaiacum
  • cherry
  • incense wood
  • pecan
  • balsa wood
  • shittimwood
  • redwood
  • ruby wood
  • timber
  • brushwood
  • Panama redwood
  • pyinma
  • elm
  • spruce
  • cedar
  • wicker
  • sandalwood
  • teakwood
  • guaiacum wood
  • chopping block
  • silver quandong
  • brierwood
  • sabicu wood
  • knot
  • hickory
  • citronwood
  • dogwood
  • guaiac
  • bamboo
  • sumac
  • gum
  • hemlock
  • larch
  • lacewood
  • oak
  • burl
  • logwood
  • whitewood
  • poplar
  • alder
  • birch
  • zebrawood
  • sawdust
  • plant substance
  • teak
  • spindle
  • splinters
  • yew
  • beechwood
  • hazel
  • cabinet wood
  • lignum vitae
  • obeche
  • sandarac
  • cypress
  • brazilwood
  • hardwood
  • pine
  • yellowwood
  • ebony
  • plant material
  • red lauan
  • sabicu
  • olive

Antonyms

  • white
  • chromatic
  • achromatic color
  • nondevelopment

Etymology

  • wudu (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

4. wood

noun. ['ˈwʊd'] the trees and other plants in a large densely wooded area.

Synonyms

  • underwood
  • second growth
  • jungle
  • vegetation
  • virgin forest
  • rain forest
  • woods
  • forest
  • grove
  • undergrowth
  • tree
  • flora
  • botany
  • bosk
  • old growth
  • underbrush

Antonyms

  • untwine
  • smoothness
  • untie
  • stay

Etymology

  • wudu (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. Wood

noun. United States painter noted for works based on life in the Midwest (1892-1942).

6. Wood

noun. United States film actress (1938-1981).

7. Wood

noun. English writer of novels about murders and thefts and forgeries (1814-1887).

Synonyms

  • Mrs. Henry Wood

8. wood

noun. ['ˈwʊd'] a golf club with a long shaft used to hit long shots; originally made with a wooden head.

Synonyms

  • golf club
  • club
  • spoon
  • brassie
  • number one wood
  • golf-club
  • metal wood

Antonyms

  • achromatic
  • disorganise
  • disorganize
  • refrain

Etymology

  • wudu (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. wood

noun. ['ˈwʊd'] any wind instrument other than the brass instruments.

Synonyms

  • thumbhole
  • woodwind instrument
  • beating-reed instrument
  • transverse flute
  • finger hole
  • woodwind
  • reed
  • wind instrument
  • wind
  • reed instrument

Antonyms

  • unfashionable
  • uglify
  • unravel
  • unknot

Etymology

  • wudu (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. Wood

noun. English conductor (1869-1944).

Synonyms

  • Sir Henry Wood
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