groundwood

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ground ‎(that has been ground) +‎ wood

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groundwood ‎(usually uncountable, plural groundwoods)

  1. (paper industry) Wood that has been mechanically ground for pulp or direct use to produce certain kinds of paper or board; mechanical pulp.

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