1. saw wood breathe noisily during one's sleep
  2. sod surface layer of ground containing a mat of grass and roots
  3. sapwood newly formed outer wood lying between the cambium and the heartwood of a tree or woody plant; usually light colored; active in water conduction
  4. SOD an enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of superoxide into hydrogen peroxide and oxygen
  5. basswood any of various deciduous trees of the genus Tilia with heart-shaped leaves and drooping cymose clusters of yellowish often fragrant flowers; several yield valuable timber
  6. lacewood variably colored and sometimes variegated hard tough elastic wood of a sycamore tree
  7. sourwood deciduous shrubby tree of eastern North America having deeply fissured bark and sprays of small fragrant white flowers and sour-tasting leaves
  8. sawwort European perennial whose serrate leaves yield a yellow dye
  9. raw wood wood that is not finished or painted
  10. salmwood large tropical American tree of the genus Cordia grown for its abundant creamy white flowers and valuable wood
  11. rosewood any of those hardwood trees of the genus Dalbergia that yield rosewood--valuable cabinet woods of a dark red or purplish color streaked and variegated with black
  12. sawtooth a serration on a saw blade
  13. seafood edible fish or shellfish or roe etc
  14. snood an ornamental net that confines a woman's hair
  15. satinwood East Indian tree with valuable hard lustrous yellowish wood;
  16. snakewood East Indian climbing shrub with twisted limbs and roots resembling serpents
  17. moosewood maple of eastern North America with striped bark and large two-lobed leaves clear yellow in autumn
  18. sawed-off cut short
  19. bow wood small shrubby deciduous yellowwood tree of south central United States having spines, glossy dark green leaves and an inedible fruit that resembles an orange; its hard orange-colored wood used for bows by Native Americans; frequently planted as boundary hedge
  20. silkwood a fast-growing tropical American evergreen having white flowers and white fleshy edible fruit; bark yields a silky fiber used in cordage and wood is valuable for staves

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