Definition of Fringe bush
1. Noun. Small bushy tree of southeastern United States having profuse clusters of white flowers.
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Literary usage of Fringe bush
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1. Western North Carolina: A History (1730-1913) by John Preston Arthur (1914)
"VI) we are told that in the Himalayas and the mountains of the Far East are found the flame-colored azalea, the silver-bell tree, the fringe bush, ..."
2. The Carolina Mountains by Margaret Warner Morley (1913)
"... comes from the fringe-bush whose loose clusters of lacy white flowers you see on the opposite bank. What is more significant than this dainty and ..."
3. My winter garden: a nature-lover under southern skies by Maurice Thompson (1900)
"Probably he was in search of her, for he mounted to the topmost spray of a fringe- bush and called loudly in a clear, ringing voice supremely cheerful and ..."
4. The Story of Drugs: A Popular Exposition of Their Origin, Preparation and by Henry Corbin Fuller (1922)
"Early in May, on the rocky slopes, the beautiful fringe-bush puts forth its white drooping blooms, filling the air with their perfume and rivaling the ..."
5. A Florida Sketch-book by Bradford Torrey (1894)
"The fringe-bush, likewise, stood here and there in solitary state, and thorn- bushes flourished in bewildering variety ..."