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  • n. Plural form of lauhala.

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Examples

  • The track is as steep and broken as that which goes up from hence, but not nearly so narrow, and without its elements of terror, for kukuis, lauhalas, ohias, and ti trees, with a lavish growth of ferns and trailers, grow luxuriantly in every damp rift of rock, and screen from view the precipices of the pali.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • Before we reached the top of the ravine, the last redness of twilight had died from off the melancholy ocean, the black forms of mountains looked huge in the darkness, and the wind sighed so eerily through the creaking lauhalas, as to add much to the effect.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • The track is as steep and broken as that which goes up from hence, but not nearly so narrow, and without its elements of terror, for kukuis, lauhalas, ohias, and ti trees, with

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • Then we come upon a whole cluster of grass houses under lauhalas and bananas.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

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