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  • noun Plural form of acacia.

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Examples

  • There is, however, a small third group of acacias, which is native to the lowland wet tropics.

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  • The acacias were a mass of pink and white blossom, exhaling a sweet fragrance.

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  • We took great pains to worm our way through the copse, for it was a perfect thicket, and so full of thorny trees, such as acacias and aloes, that we got well scratched for our pains.

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  • As well as the city's lush parks and gardens, the boulevards and edges of motorways offer pollen well-suited to bees, such as acacias, limes and chestnuts, he said.

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  • The luxuriant vegetation consists of bougainvillea, hibiscus and impressive trees such as acacias, ficus and a number of varieties of palms spread through the 12 hectares of gardens.

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  • Then he turned around and kept walking, out from under the acacias and toward the gate.

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  • They went down the trail along the twisting avenue of acacias, past the fire pit where the evening buffet was normally held, past the now-deserted croquet lawn.

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  • They went down the trail along the twisting avenue of acacias, past the fire pit where the evening buffet was normally held, past the now-deserted croquet lawn.

    The Laugh

  • They went down the trail along the twisting avenue of acacias, past the fire pit where the evening buffet was normally held, past the now-deserted croquet lawn.

    The Laugh

  • Then he turned around and kept walking, out from under the acacias and toward the gate.

    The Laugh

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