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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdowellingdow‧el‧ling /ˈdaʊəlɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  wood in the shape of a round rod, cut up to make dowels
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dowellingJohn twisted soft iron wire around some thick dowelling, whittled to a taper, to make candleholders.Even the useless dowelling with a bit of tin can on the end might come in handy one day!If you're feeling really adventurous try making your own flags using dowelling and cotton cloth or strong paper.
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