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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwickerwick‧er /ˈwɪkə $ -ər/ noun [uncountable]  wicker_basket.jpg DHFTIthin dry branches or reeds that are woven together a wicker basket
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wickerTo each side of the hearth was a high-backed wicker armchair in an intricate closely woven design fitted with patchwork cushions.They sat, in their dresses and business suits, in canopied wicker beach chairs.Yes B: Nude tramp carrying wicker basket 5 V: More information on the hover mower.Pampered passengers rode among brass lamps and cushioned wicker furniture.During these movements the object happens to rub against the wicker of the bassinet.She sat in the wicker chair beside the bed and began, after a little, to feel comfortable and sleepy.This wicker hamper is packed with delicious goodies and costs £64.92, inclusive of nationwide delivery.Present-day medicine men use wicker baskets and reed arrows.
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