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Definition of the noun American Evergreen
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- geographic area: Caribbean, Middle America, North America, South America
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by Oxford University Press
American evergreen shrub yielding edible small, red, acid berries. 2 berry from this. crane /krMn/ n. 1 machine with long hoisting arm. 2 tall wading bird with long legs, long neck, and straight bill. v. stretch out (one's neck) to see.
by Rolf H. J. Schlegel
A tropical South American evergreen tree with gourd fruits 50 cm across, ...
by Elias Longley
Arbor VI tae, flr'bor Vj-tb: white cedar, an American evergreen, a domestic remedy for intermittent fever. Arhutin ...
by PROFESSOR DANIEL LYONS
a small North American evergreen shrub of the genus Kalmia (K. angustifolia), nat. order Ericaceae. Like many other plants of the heathwort order, it has been introduced into our gardens, and is deservedly a ...
Sweet ′ sop,atropical American evergreen,alsoitspulpyfruit.—adj.Sweet′tem ′pered, havingamild ...
An Encyclopedia of Diseases, Prevention, Treatment, and Issues by Jill Ann Grimes MD, Lori Apffel Smith MD, Kristyn Fagerberg MD
Guaiacum, also known as Legno de India, is a tropical American evergreen tree. It was harvested in Hispaniola by the conquering Spaniards. Natives considered the wood sacred and used it themselves to treat syphilis. The gum or resin from ...
by Steve Luck
cocoa Drink obtained from the seeds of the tropical American evergreen tree Theobroma cacao. The seeds are crushed and some fatty substances are removed to produce cocoa powder. Cocoa is the basic ...
by John Walker, Lawrence H. Dawson, Michael B. Freeman
American evergreen shrub.
The Treasury of Botany: a Popular Dictionary of Vegetable Kingdom with which is Incorporated a Glossary of Botanical Terms Edited by John Lindley and Thomas Moore (1870)
Agarista, tropical American evergreen shrubs, with calyx five-parted, corolla ovate, anthers with two bristles, stigmas capitate, and seeds angular. The members of this genus are more or less narcotic. A. polifolia, the only British species, but ...
by John Lindley, Thomas Moore
Agarista, tropical American evergreen shrubs, with calyx five-parted, corolla ovate, anthers with two bristles, stigmas capitate, and seeds angular.
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