cacoon

cacoon

(kæˈkuːn)
n
the large bean of a tropical climber, Entada scandens, that is used for making purses, spoons, snuffboxes, and other items
[C19: of uncertain origin]
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Family and friends clubbed together to buy the Cacoon hanging chair while his parents ordered the stand that it sits on.
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