Definition of Bluegum

1. a timber tree [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bluegum

bluecomb virus
bluecurls
blued
bluefin
bluefin tuna
bluefins
bluefishes
bluegill
bluegills
bluegown
bluegowns
bluegum (current term)
bluegums
bluehair
bluehairs
bluehead
blueheads
blueing
blueings
blueish
blueism
bluejack
bluejack oak
bluejacked
bluejacker
bluejackers

Literary usage of Bluegum

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Beautiful Accommodation in Victoria and Tasmania, Australia: The Discerning by Jennifer Lamattina (2005)
"Set on 20 acres (purchased from local legend and horseman Jack Lovick, whose family had owned the property since 1908), bluegum is now home to two spacious ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on Tree Culture in South Australia by John Ednie Brown, J. W. Love (1886)
"Some of our more hardy Eucalypti—such as the Redgum, Tasmanian bluegum, and South Australian bluegum—would do equally as well, if not better, ..."

3. Beautiful Accommodation in Victoria and Tasmania, Australia: The Discerning by Jennifer Lamattina (2005)
"Set on 20 acres (purchased from local legend and horseman Jack Lovick, whose family had owned the property since 1908), bluegum is now home to two spacious ..."

4. The Black Border: Gullah Stories of the Carolina Coast by Ambrose Elliott Gonzales (1922)
"... wid da' bluegum mouf uh him'own full'uh pizen talk fuh bex me nuh Benus, en' uh always ... suh ef uh bluegum nigguh bite you 'e gwine pizen you same ..."

5. A Practical Treatise on Tree Culture in South Australia by John Ednie Brown, J. W. Love (1886)
"Some of our more hardy Eucalypti—such as the Redgum, Tasmanian bluegum, and South Australian bluegum—would do equally as well, if not better, ..."

6. The Black Border: Gullah Stories of the Carolina Coast by Ambrose Elliott Gonzales (1922)
"... wid da' bluegum mouf uh him'own full'uh pizen talk fuh bex me nuh Benus, en' uh always ... suh ef uh bluegum nigguh bite you 'e gwine pizen you same ..."

7. South African Journal of Science by South African Association for the Advancement of Science (1907)
"... but we shall never know why it is the bearer of life, we shall, eg, never know why a tiny speck in the seed of a bluegum brought from Australia develops ..."

8. Methodist Magazine (1900)
"By Том bluegum. London : Charles H. Kelly. Toronto : William Briggs. This book is in it« way an evidence of the new Imperialism that is binding the ends of ..."

9. South African Journal of Science by South African Association for the Advancement of Science (1907)
"... but we shall never know why it is the bearer of life, we shall, eg, never know why a tiny speck in the seed of a bluegum brought from Australia develops ..."

10. Methodist Magazine (1900)
"By Том bluegum. London : Charles H. Kelly. Toronto : William Briggs. This book is in it« way an evidence of the new Imperialism that is binding the ends of ..."

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