Definition of Buckleya distichophylla
1. Noun. Parasitic shrub of the eastern United States having opposite leaves and insignificant greenish flowers followed by oily dull green olivelike fruits.
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Literary usage of Buckleya distichophylla
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1. The Woods and Timbers of North Carolina by Peter M. Hale, Moses Ashley Curtis (1883)
"(Buckleya distichophylla, Torr.)—A smooth shrub, about 6 feet high, with slender grayish branches, known only upon the streams of this State that flow ..."