IPA: zˈibrʌwʊd


  • Any wood with a figure (grain pattern) like the striping of a zebra, most often wood of the genus Microberlinia.

Examples of "zebrawood" in Sentences

  • I'm jealous of that koa/zebrawood chest, by the way
  • Zebrawood is considered a threatened species in its native habitat.
  • From what I can tell, only one writer complains about the zebrawood.
  • He gestured to a pair of zebrawood doors striped in pale and vivid green.
  • They have an extensive collection of cubes in a variety of finishes like aluminum, zebrawood, and mahagony.
  • The project also offers zebrawood cabinets, Italian porcelain tile and radiant heat in some bathroom floors.
  • African zebrawood and black Japanese tatami flooring line the three identical corridors that house the guest rooms.
  • Blackthorn Acacia mellifera and zebrawood Dalbergia melanoxylon dominate in the drier conditions beside Lake Eyasi.
  • Clint works with wood, especially exotic varieties such as zebrawood, with its dramatic stripes reminiscent of the hide of its namesake animal.
  • Rayon Richards for The Wall Street Journal The zebrawood kitchen has two Sub-Zero refrigerators, two dishwashers and a built-in margarita machine, shown here.
  • To do that, Mr. Dunkelman outfitted the zebrawood kitchen with two Sub-Zero refrigerators, two dishwashers and the frozen-drink machine, which can hold six-gallons of whatever cocktail concoction strikes the fancy.
  • "Curve XXVI" and "Curve XXVII" (both 1982, and topping out well above the official height of a basketball rim), are slabs of red oak, while the slightly shorter "Curve XLII" and "Curve XLIII" (both 1984) have been fashioned, respectively, from zebrawood and African sapele.

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