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swamp mahogany

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Definition of swamp mahogany in English:

noun

An Australian eucalyptus with long leaves and dark fibrous bark, grown elsewhere as an ornamental and as a shelter-belt tree.
  • Eucalyptus robusta, family Myrtaceae
Example sentences
  • As has been said by others already, the swamp mahoganies are going to in incredible this year.
  • Eucalypts like the swamp mahoganies will tend to get their roots into everything.
  • Lance Dale, a member of Ashfield Council, said the orange markings on the trunks of the swamp mahoganies and lemon-scented gums sent a dire warning about the trees’ future.

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