adj.— «Virtually any kind of wood can be used for cordwood masonry, as long as it’s relatively dry, stripped of its bark, and not spongy (or “punky,” as they say in the North Country).» —“A Child-Built Cordwood Clubhouse” by Rob Roy Mother Earth News May-June, 1985. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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