Definition of ironwood in English:

ironwood

Syllabification: i·ron·wood
Pronunciation: /ˈīərnˌwo͝od
 
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noun

1Any of a number of trees that produce very hard timber, in particular.
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  • Sugar maples commonly share the forest with ironwood, beech, basswood, white ash, black cherry, yellow birch, white pine, and red oak.
  • Later we tour his plantation, through virgin forest of soaring ironwood and banyan trees and rustly arcades of cardamom leaves, with clusters of young green pods at the base.
  • The three dominant tree species of the forest canopy are sugar maple, ironwood, and white ash.
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