English walnut

NOUN
  1. nut with a wrinkled two-lobed seed and hard but relatively thin shell; widely used in cooking
  2. Eurasian walnut valued for its large edible nut and its hard richly figured wood; widely cultivated
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How To Use English walnut In A Sentence

  • Silver maple and English walnut are examples of trees that can be damaged by sun scald in summer, but not during winter, when they are completely defoliated anyway.
  • So growers fused English walnut grafts onto the black walnut rootstock when trees reached a certain age.
  • Built in 1920, the landmarked home has been largely maintained by Mr. Hewlett, 67 years old, who polishes the home's original cherry and English walnut woodwork monthly. Home With Devoted Owner
  • The ombu is a handsome tree to the eye, not unlike an English walnut in its habit of growth, and it has the one merit of being a splendid shade-tree. Here, There and Everywhere
  • The elegantly crafted table is constructed in English walnut with inlays of burr elm and satinwood stringing.
  • Rayon Richards for The Wall Street Journal Built in 1920, the landmarked home has been maintained by Mr. Hewlett, 67 years old, who polishes the home's original cherry and English walnut woodwork monthly. Monk's Haven in Brooklyn
  • Carpathians 2500 feet above sea level I found English walnut trees of small size (15 feet tall, 6 inches thick) with light gray bark, producing 2 inch long nuts of speary shape, like our Canadian butternuts but of English Walnut shells and kernels. Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the 43rd Annual Meeting Rockport, Indiana, August 25, 26 and 27, 1952
  • The elegantly crafted table is constructed in English walnut with inlays of burr elm and satinwood stringing.
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