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  • n. Any of the genus Myrica of shrubs and trees.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A strongly marked genus of shrubs constituting the order Myricaceæ and characterized by staminate catkins, an ovary with one cell and one ovule, and the seed not lobed.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. deciduous aromatic shrubs or small trees


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From the genus name.


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  • There the glancing foliage obscures heaven, as the silken texture of a veil a woman's lovely features: beneath such fretwork we may indulge in light-hearted thoughts; or, if sadder meditations lead us to seek darker shades, we may pass the cascade towards the large groves of pine, with their vast undergrowth of laurel, reaching up to the Belvidere; or, on the opposite side of the water, sit under the shadow of the silver-stemmed birch, or beneath the leafy pavilions of those fine old beeches, whose high fantastic roots seem formed in nature's sport; and the near jungle of sweet-smelling myrica leaves no sense unvisited by pleasant ministration.

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