Lancewood definitions

lăns'wo͝od'
A tough, elastic wood used for shafts, fishing rods, billiard cues, etc.
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Any of various tropical trees yielding such wood; esp., a tree (Oxandra lanceolata) of the custard-apple family.
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Any of various trees, especially Oxandra lanceolata of the West Indies, which has hard elastic wood formerly used for bows, carriage shafts, and fishing rods.
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A tough, elastic and heavy wood obtained from the West Indies and Guiana, formerly much used for carriage shafts.
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Origin of lancewood

lance +‎ wood