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Synonyms for ebony

Synonyms for ebony

of the darkest achromatic visual value

Synonyms for ebony

hard dark-colored heartwood of the ebony tree

tropical tree of southern Asia having hard dark-colored heartwood used in cabinetwork

of a very dark black


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of New York from African ebony with a 2-inch, 14-karat, hand-decorated gold head.
The so-called true ebony, African ebony is Diospyrus crassiflora and has less contrast in color than Macassar ebony.
The site says the canes were made of African ebony wood by J.F.
It has an average weight of 53 pounds per cubic foot while African ebony has an average weight of 63 to 64 pounds per cubic foot.
This wood is also called African ebony, and it grows in the areas of Southern Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon and Zaire.
When you think of a dark wood, you probably think of ebony, and for good reason -- African ebony is believed to be the blackest wood that grows.
Macassar ebony, unlike its relative African ebony, comes chiefly from the Celebes Islands of Indonesia.
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