Definitions for woodworkˈwʊdˌwɜrk
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work made of wood; especially moldings or stairways or furniture
carpentry, woodworking, woodwork(noun)
the craft of a carpenter: making things out of wood
Something made from wood.
Working with wood.
He does woodwork as a hobby.
A workshop or factory devoted to making wood products.
A place of concealment or obscurity.
The frame of the goal, i.e. the goalpost or crossbar.
That goal was so close, it went in off the woodwork.
work made of wood; that part of any structure which is wrought of wood
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Playoff times everyone comes out of the woodwork.
[They’re] really starting to come out of the woodwork, the sport of sled hockey will be huge by the next Paralympics.
Mid-level bureaucrats are coming out of the woodwork ... and bringing up all of the issues that in the past were resolved, and re-opening cases.
There were films offered to me that wouldn't have been offered ever before, really good directors suddenly were coming out of the woodwork and asking me to work with them. I was thrilled.
We loved summer school. It was such a good time, we did arts and crafts, woodwork, ceramics. I just remember doing water balloon tosses, and we'd play fun games like truth and dare out in the park.
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