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.

Exact synonyms: Buckleya
Group relationships: Genus Buckleya
Generic synonyms: Parasitic Plant



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Buckleya Distichophylla

Buchwald's atrophy
Buck's Fizz
Buck's Fizzes
Buck's extension
Buck's traction
Buckeye
Buckeye State
Buckingham
Buckingham Palace
Buckley
Buckley's
Buckley's and none
Buckley's chance
Buckleya distichophylla (current term)
Buckminster Fuller
Bucks
Bucky diaphragm
Bucovina
Bucuresti
Bucy
Bud
Budapest
Budapestian
Budapestians
Budd's cirrhosis
Budd's syndrome
Budda

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 ..."

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