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wood·block

 (wo͝od′blŏk′)
n.
1. See woodcut.
2. also wood block Music A hollow block of wood struck with a drumstick to produce percussive effects in an orchestra.

wood block

n
1. (Building) a small rectangular flat block of wood that is laid with others as a floor surface
2. (Instruments) music another word for Chinese block
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wood block - engraving consisting of a block of wood with a design cut into it; used to make prints
engraving - a block or plate or other hard surface that has been engraved
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The farmhousestyle kitchen has a Rayburn mantle and is fitted with built-in cupboards, granite and wood block work surfaces, French farmhouse style sink with mixer tap, built-in Neff oven, hob and hood and integrated dishwasher.
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Among the high-end finishes and details in each apartment are light-stained hardwood floors and open kitchens with stainless steel appliances, deep zero-radius undermounted single-basin sinks, blond wood-finish Euro-style cabinetry, Ceasarstone counters and back splashes, and center islands with wood block overhangs for high-top counter seating.
Glue the new wood block directly behind the drawer front (use polyurethane glue if the box sides and bottom have been varnished).
The History of Music in Fifty Instruments examines the history and personality of 50 different instruments, including the lute, guitar, violin, tambourine, bass drum, castanets, celesta, wood block, and many more.