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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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wickerworkwick‧er‧work /ˈwɪkəwɜːk $ ˈwɪkərwɜːrk/ noun [uncountable]  DHFTIobjects made from wicker
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wickerworkHis huge, lurching fan agitated the air like the Furies in possession of a wickerwork chair.Unbuckling the fastenings, he removes the wraps and uncovered a wickerwork cage.The table-tops were imitation wickerwork and there was a pointless trellis pattern on the curtains.She soaped herself thoroughly with the gardenia guest soap which was kept in a little wickerwork basket.Alison sitting in a low wickerwork chair with her long bare legs stretched out, was watching Irina.The two bodies lay under canvas sheets on wickerwork mats supported by wooden trestles.
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