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veneer
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
a thin layer of better wood glued to a base of inferior wood; or a thin layer of anything added to make something look better
  • Just shows you, that Robinson boy was legally married, they say he kept himself clean, went to church and all that, but when it comes down to the line the veneer's mighty thin.
    p. 322.7
veneer = a thin layer of anything added to make something look better
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