from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An Australian gum-tree, Eucalyptus corynocalyx, which grows 120 feet high, and affords a durable timber, used for railroad-ties, posts, etc. The foliage is sweetish, and, unlike that of most eucalypts, attracts cattle and sheep.
  • n. See gum.


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