|pin, thole, wooden peg in gunwale||tholepin|
|acrobatic movement, do cartwheel, large coin, wheel of a cart; somersault performed sideways, lateral handspring, wooden wheel of cart||cartwheel|
|act of pulling a load, hauling; act of carrying; handle; projection by which something is held or supported; projecting part that supplies traction; awkward or clumsy person; ear (Slang); rectangular sail; wooden box for transporting fruits and vegetab...||lug|
|airplane interior, cottage, lodge; compartment, cubicle, crew quarters on spacecraft, keep somebody or self confined, room on ship, shelter on small boat, small room on ship, wooden hut||cabin|
|alphorn, long wooden trumpet, loud horn used by Swiss herdsmen and mountaineers||alpenhorn|
|among trees, cover area with trees, forest, cover or plant with trees; supply wood for; equip oneself with firewood (wood up), fuel or building material, fuel something with wood, golf club, lumber; forest; log; firewood; wooden block; wooden musical i...||wood|
|ancient acoustic instrument made of an oblong wooden box with a single string, instrument for determining musical intervals, one-stringed acoustical device||monochord|
|area of ice used for sports, building for ice sports, ice surface for ice skating and other sports; wooden surface for rollerskating; skating arena; designated area on which a game is played, playing side, surface used for roller-skating||rink|
|attach laths to a surface, cover with strips of wood; line with laths, sheet or wire support for plastering, thin flat strip of wood; group of thin strips of wood, thin strip of wood, thin wooden strip used in a framework||lath|
|audio unit, build deck for something, clothe, array; decorate; hit, punch, decorate something or somebody, floor of a ship; full set of playing cards; open porch-like area attached to a house or building that is often made from wooden slats, floor of r...||deck|
|Australian Aboriginal large wooden or bamboo musical wind instrument||didgeridoo|
|backfire on initiator, curved missile, flat curved wooden missile which is designed to return to the thrower if hurled properly (developed by the Australian Aborigine); plan or remark which has unexpectedly negative results, return to the place of orig...||boomerang|
|battledore and shuttlecock (game similar to badminton); light racket used in the game of battledore, early racket game, light racket used in battledore, wooden bat||battledore|
|billboard (British usage); temporary tall fence made of boards enclosing a construction site; fence made of hurdles; tipmost wooden floors on a stone castle wall; temporary balcony made of wood that is hung from the upper walls from which missiles coul...||hoarding|
|board in a floor; bottom section of a car, car floor, wooden board in floor||floorboard|
|bottle-shaped bowling pin, wooden pin used in bowling||tenpin|
|box, old vehicle, pack in a crate or box, put in crate, wooden box; old car, old plane, piece of junk (Slang)||crate|
|brewing measure, small barrel; unit of capacity equal to approximately 9 gallons or 34 liters (British), wooden tub||firkin|
|build with wood; support with wood, growing trees, large wooden building support, lumber, made of timbers, part of the framework of a ship, provide something with timbers, somebody as suitable material for position, trees; logs; wood; qualities, charac...||timber|
|build wooden structures, builder of wooden structures or objects, make something in efficient way, make something wooden, woodworker, one who makes things out of wood||carpenter|
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