Mahogany [adjective]

Definition of Mahogany:

dark, burnished color

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Sentence/Example of Mahogany:

Senators Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar, Michael Bennet and Kirsten Gillibrand all chased the 2020 Democratic nomination and still have mahogany desks at the Capitol.

She opened the door of a square room with large roses on the white wall-paper, and fine old mahogany furniture.

The woods, however, are again pretty thick, and some inferior mahogany among it is used for furniture.

You may know it by all these signs of mahogany furniture, and leather upholstery, and waiters of reverential deportment.

It was built at Chatham, from the design of Mr. Oliver Lang, of mahogany and on the diagonal principle.

A magnificent mahogany tree, whose luxuriant branches overshadowed the whole clearing, stood nearly in the centre.

With one bound he was in the saddle, made his horse curvet, and hid himself behind the enormous stem of the mahogany tree.

The walls were graced by a few pictures and portraits, and on the brackets of walnut and mahogany were vases of wild-flowers.

You can take the old carpet, and mahogany table, and the high-backed chairs, and put 'em among your valuable presents.

He was knocked down to a tradesman in the same street—twenty-one shillings the price of this door (mock mahogany).