English version

matchwood

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmatchwoodmatch‧wood /ˈmætʃwʊd/ noun [uncountable]  PIECEvery small pieces of wood Their boat was shattered into matchwood against the rocks and sank instantly.
Examples from the Corpus
matchwoodTheir boat was shattered into matchwood against the rocks and sank instantly.A forest of matchwood and cheap furniture marches in rows.This was as well, for even a single light raid would have reduced the flimsy huts to matchwood.
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