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black walnut a tall tree of eastern North America that has dark, hard wood valued for making furniture and other durable wood products. [1/3 definitions]
cedar any of several cone-bearing evergreen trees of the pine family with aromatic, durable wood. [1/3 definitions]
chest a durable box with a lid and often with a lock, used for storage or shipping. [1/4 definitions]
deodar a tall cedar with drooping branches and fragrant, light red, durable wood, used as timber.
Douglas fir a tall evergreen timber tree of western North America that has hard durable wood and short needles, and bears narrow cones.
durable (pl.) durable goods, such as cars and machines, that are not immediately consumed or readily worn out. [1/2 definitions]
hardback bound in a hard or durable cover. [1/2 definitions]
hard goods manufactured products, such as appliances, machines, and automobiles, that last for many years; durable goods.
huckaback a coarse, durable, and absorbent linen or cotton fabric, used esp. for toweling.
India paper a very thin, durable, opaque paper with a high rag content, used for Bibles, dictionaries, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
ironstone a durable pottery used for dishes; ironstone china. [1/2 definitions]
lancewood any of several tropical trees or the durable elastic wood they yield, used for fishing rods, billiard cues, and carriage shafts.
larch the durable wood of this tree, used esp. for constructions in water, such as docks and piers. [1/2 definitions]
lasting a durable, closely woven fabric. [1/2 definitions]
lignum vitae the hard, heavy, durable wood of a genus of evergreen tropical American trees, used in making marine supplies, casters, pulleys, and the like.
linoleum a durable floor covering made by pressing linseed oil, powdered cork, and rosin onto a canvas or burlap backing.
locust the hard, durable wood of such trees. [1/5 definitions]
Manila hemp a durable fiber of the Philippine plant abaca used for making ropes, paper, clothing, and the like.
nankeen a strong, durable, cotton cloth in buff or yellow, originally made of undyed Chinese cotton. [1/3 definitions]
nickel silver a silver-colored, hard, durable, corrosion-resistant alloy of copper, zinc, and nickel, used for utensils, tableware, and the like.
nondurable combined form of durable.