cedarn


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cedarn

(ˈsiːdən)
adj
(Botany) literary of or relating to cedar trees

ce•darn

(ˈsi dərn)

adj. Archaic.
of or resembling cedar.
[1625–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.cedarn - consisting of or made of cedar; "carved cedarn doors"
woody - made of or containing or resembling wood; "woody plants"; "perennial herbs with woody stems"; "a woody taste"
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that deep romantic chasm which slanted Down the green hill athwart a cedarn cover
In Cedarn, Utana in 1959, with Brian O'Nolan pondering the reiusse of At Swim-Two-Birds across the Atlantic, Nabokov's Charles Kinbote declares that he needed a disguise to work at a Zemblan university and "present to rosy youths Finnigan's Wake as a monstrous extension of Angus McDiarmid's 'incoherent transactions' and of Southey's Lingo-Grande" (59).