Some articles on wooden:
... A projecting wooden gable, with a slight bell flare at the eaves and exposed rafters, shelters the entrance ... side due to the slope of the land, is also covered by a similar wooden gable ... A simple wooden stair leads to the basment and the bell tower ...
... Wooden ship models or wooden model ships are scale representations of ships, constructed mainly of wood ...
... effects are packed in rigid boxes, originally wooden tea chests but now usually cardboard, with layers of bunched up blank newsprint commonly used to protect ... Custom wooden crates are typically used when transporting large, heavy and odd shaped objects ...
... Japan Wooden Temples, Shrines, Castles In Japan, some wooden temples of Nara are over 1,000 years old ... Ise Shrine, also a wooden structure, is completely rebuilt in exactly the same style every 20 years ... Wooden castles were destroyed or dismantled during the shift from feudalism in the Meiji Restoration ...
... This is an old styled building with two huge wooden staircases (one near the main entrance in the north wing and the other in the east wing) ... There is also a narrow wooden pathway between ward IV and ward II ... The rooms are separated by wooden partisans between them ...
More definitions of "wooden":
- (adj): Made or consisting of (entirely or in part) or employing wood.
Example: "A wooden box"; "an ancient cart with wooden wheels"; "wood houses"; "a wood fire"
Famous quotes containing the word wooden:
“Two wooden tubs of blue hydrangeas stand at the foot of the stone steps.
The sky is a blue gum streaked with rose. The trees are black.
The grackles crack their throats of bone in the smooth air.
Moisture and heat have swollen the garden into a slum of bloom.
Pardie! Summer is like a fat beast, sleepy in mildew....”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“So, laying his cheek against the dressers wooden one,
He died making up stories, the ones
Not every child wanted to listen to.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
“You think a wooden animal
is a simple thing;
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)