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Word of the Day 05/12/18 Treen

Treen (adjective, noun)
treen [tree-uh n]


adjective
1. made entirely of wood.

noun
2. treenware.


Origin: before 1000; Middle English (adj.); Old English trēowen. See tree, -en

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