- n durable aromatic wood of any of numerous cedar trees; especially wood of the red cedar often used for cedar chests
- The smell of cedarwood, for instance, cancels the smell of rubber.
- The circular cedarwood dining lodge the company erected in an ash in West Sussex, England, for instance, has all that plus a telephone connection, a spiral staircase, 13 windows .
- For three hours, the fire raged, destroying part of the roof and an 800-year-old pulpit of exquisitely carved cedarwood and inlaid ivory, a gift from the Islamic hero Saladin .
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- A Trio of Woody New Scents for Summer Ahead
Commes des Garçons' newest collection of unisex perfumes, Blue Invasion, plays mind tricks: Each of the scents includes warm, moody notes of incense, cedarwood, and sandalwood, but their individual, oversized, pebble-shaped bottles are painted in washes of metallic, cool ombré blue. The odd couple pairing isn't so odd when you ... More »
July 12, 2013 - New York Magazine
- Marijohn Wilkin in CMT.com
Marijohn said, "Danny made a whole lot of us look good at Cedarwood Publishing back in the early days."