cedar

Light reddish-brown aromatic timber from North America and the West Indies. Because of its aroma and insect-repellent qualities it was often used from the 19thC by cabinet-makers for the linings of drawers, boxes and chests, and for trays in clothes presses.

CEDAR

acronym: Coupled Energetics and Dynamics of the Atmospheric Regions
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cedar

[n] - any of numerous trees of the family Cupressaceae that resemble cedars 2. [n] - durable aromatic wood of any of numerous cedar trees 3. [n] - any cedar of the genus Cedrus
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Cedar

A taste term. Mature Bordeaux often smells of cedar wood.
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Cedar

A durable wood used in ancient buildings. Easy to work and strongly scented.
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CEDAR

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Cedar

Ce'dar (sē'dẽr) noun [ Anglo-Saxon ceder , from Latin cedrus , Greek ke`dros .] (Botany) The name of several evergreen trees. The wood is remarkable for its durability and fragrant odor. » The cedar of Lebanon is the Cedrus Libani ; the white ...
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Cedar

Ce'dar adjective Of or pertaining to cedar.
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cedar

noun any cedar of the genus Cedrus
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Cedar

• (n.) The name of several evergreen trees. The wood is remarkable for its durability and fragrant odor. • (a.) Of or pertaining to cedar.
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cedar

any of four species of ornamental and timber evergreen conifers of the genus Cedrus (family Pinaceae), three native to mountainous areas of the ... [7 related articles]
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Cedar

Cedar is a tree which forms fine woods on the mountains of Syria and Asia Minor, the Pinus Cedrus of Linnaeus, the Cedrus Libdni of some other botanists, while by others it is referred to the genus Larix, and by others again, along with the larch, to the genus Abies. It is an evergreen, grows to a great size, and is remarkable for its durability. O...
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cedar

cedar, common name for a number of trees, mostly coniferous evergreens. The true cedars belong to the small genus Cedrus of the family Pinaceae (pine family). All are native to the Old World from the Mediterranean to the Himalayas, although several are cultivated elsewhere as ornamentals, especially...
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cedar

Any of an Old World group of coniferous trees belonging to the pine family. The cedar of Lebanon (Cedrus libani) grows to great height and age in the mountains of Syria and Asia Minor. Of the historic forests on Mount Lebanon itself, only a few groups of trees remain. (Genus Cedrus, family Pinaceae.)
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cedar

Light reddish-brown aromatic timber from North America and the West Indies. Because of its aroma and insect-repellent qualities it was often used from the 19thC by cabinet-makers for the linings of drawers, boxes and chests, and for trays in clothes presses.
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Cedar

Cedar is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `cedar, juniper tree` The name Cedar is most commonly given to American boys. In the Netherlands it is (almost) solely given to boys
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cedar

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Cedar

Cedar is a common scent found in Bordeaux wines from the Medoc appellations. It smells of cedar wood, or an old cedar chest.
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