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  • n. Plural form of eucalyptus.

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Examples

  • He looked now for gnarled root groupings in the clump grass and eucalypti, for patches of lemongrass, for small, stunted oak trees, for the Japanese had a genius for digging into them, for building small, one-man forts, impregnable to artillery but at the same time inescapable.

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  • After the twenty-seven miles we again met with the new small-leafed tree, the broad-leafed mallee, the eucalypti, and many other scrubs.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • We then proceeded over another open part of it, for about two miles, when the dwarf eucalypti again commenced, and continued until we camped at twenty-one miles; the horses quite worn out.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • The country became thickly studded with eucalypti, in one or two places rather open, but generally thick.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • Sturt Plains have been at one time the bed of a large fresh-water lake; our journey of the 6th instant was over the middle of it, and we were not at the end of it when I was forced to return; the same rotten ground and shells continued, although we had got amongst the eucalypti.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • Started at 7 a.m., with Thring and Woodforde, and seven horses, following our tracks through the rotten ground to the first eucalypti, for about twelve miles, as it made it lighter for the horses, the tracks being beaten to that place.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • The first twelve miles is poor country, being on the top of stony rises, with eucalypti, grass, and scrubs.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • It is covered with long grass and polygonum; also a few eucalypti scattered over it.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • They consisted principally of casuarinas and eucalypti, some of which next year would yield a sweet manna, similar to the manna of the

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  • The ground at the foot of the eucalypti was carpeted with grass, and from the bushes escaped flights of little birds, which glittered in the sunlight like winged rubies.

    The Mysterious Island

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