Definitions for "cedar"
A tasting term often applied to mature wines – reminds one of smells such as pine resin, smoked wood and menthol.
Describes the aroma of some reds (e.g. Cabernets, Rhône blends), which often resembles that of cedarwood.
any cedar of the genus Cedrus
The name of several evergreen trees. The wood is remarkable for its durability and fragrant odor.
a hardwood evergreen found in the swampy areas of the Pinelands from which boats, houses, duck decoys, and tools have been and are made (Corduroy roads or cedar crossways are wooden roads constructed out of cedar logs that connect cedar swamps with main roadways.)
A durable wood used in ancient buildings. Easy to work and strongly scented. See also: Timber. Search for timber books on
Cedar can impart a delicate and pleasing woody flavor to tobacco. Cedar is used to make cigar boxes, and to line the walls of humidors and cigar aging rooms.
A light, soft brown wood with straight grain but little used in cabinet work owing to its poor quality; it is, however, sometimes employed for drawers, linings, etc., owning to its possessing a delicate fragrance which also acts as a deterrent to insects' it is little affected by changes in temperature.
The kind of wood that is used to make most cigar boxes and humidors.
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Of or pertaining to cedar.