Cedar [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Cedar:

They were delivered in due time, and packed in a richly-mounted cedar chest, were sent to the royal recipient.

Two of the chimneys have tunnels carved through the bases, and cedar trees appear to grow out of the rock.

The celebrated African farmer of Cedar creek, Del., died, almost 118 years of age.

The Darwood farmhouse set back from the road, among some cedar trees.

It was built of logs and roofed with rough cedar shingles hand-split on the spot.

Red or giant cedar, which rivals the Douglas fir in girth, is plentiful, and is used for shingles as well as for interior work.

She was built of cedar, and her lines and midship section are given in Dixon Kemp's 'Boat-sailing.'

Then he poured down his throat the final draught, and covered him with great boughs of cedar.

And they went off to carry out their separate instructions, Clarence Tinling remaining by the cedar.

Thus did Bil'am bless Israel, "As cedar trees beside the waters."