from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A cone-bearing Chinese tree (Metasequoia glyptostroboides) related to the redwood, having deciduous, flat, opposite leaves and small, globular cones. It is now commonly cultivated in the United States.
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- n. large fast-growing Chinese monoecious tree having flat bright-green deciduous leaves and small globular cones; commonly cultivated in United States as an ornamental; known as a fossil before being discovered in China
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In between those dawn redwood lower limbs he tucked not just a dick as big—to borrow part of Lenny Bruce’s famous mot—as a baby’s arm, but also, right behind, a pair of cheeks like boneless fresh-dressed roasting turkeys.