Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of algaroba.

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Examples

  • Grief held steadily along the Broom Road, which curved and twisted through a lush growth of flowers and fern-like algarobas.

    THE FEATHERS OF THE SUN

  • What further connotations he might have drawn he was never to know; for from behind, in the direction of the algarobas and monkey-pods, came Ida's unmistakable serene and merry laugh.

    THE KANAKA SURF

  • It is three weeks since I left the Hawaiian Hotel and its green mist of algarobas, but my pleasant visits in this island do not furnish much that will interest you.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • The moonlight is trickling through misty algarobas, and feathery tamarinds and palms, and shines on glossy leaves of breadfruit and citron; a cool breeze brings in at my open doors the perfumed air and the soft murmur of the restful sea, and this beautiful Honolulu, whose lights are twinkling through the purple night, is at last, as it was at first, Paradise in the Pacific, a bright blossom of a summer sea.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • It is itself shaded by date palms and algarobas, and is surrounded by hibiscus, oleanders, and the datura arborea (?), which at night fill the air with sweetness.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • Through the half-closed jalousies we see breadfruit trees, delicate tamarinds and algarobas, fan-palms, date-palms and bananas, and the deep blue

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • The algarobas and olives at their bases are artificially supplied with soil.

    Harper's Young People, February 3, 1880 An Illustrated Weekly

  • They went on across the soft lawn under the hau trees and the algarobas.

    The Black Camel

  • What further connotations he might have drawn he was never to know; for from behind, in the direction of the algarobas and monkey-pods, came Ida's unmistakable serene and merry laugh.

    The Kanaka Surf

  • Grief held steadily along the Broom Road, which curved and twisted through a lush growth of flowers and fernlike algarobas.

    The Feathers of the Sun

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