Definition of lacebark in English:

lacebark

Syllabification: lace·bark
Pronunciation: /ˈlāsbärk
 
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noun

Any of a number of trees or shrubs that possess a lacy bark or inner bark, in particular.
  • An evergreen Caribbean shrub with a lacy inner bark that is used ornamentally (Lagetta lagetto, family Thymelaeaceae).A small ornamental New Zealand tree (genus Hoheria, family Malvaceae).
More example sentences
  • The confusion of these two species has led to lacebark elm being condemned as an inferior tree.
  • Disney World has used lacebark elm extensively in their landscape and it does very well.
  • Fairgoers interested in purchasing one of the lacebarks can visit the Preservation Tree sales booth on East Park Plaza.

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