Definition of Native orange
1. Noun. Small Australian tree bearing edible dark purple fruit.
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Literary usage of Native orange
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1. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"1889. JH Maiden, ' Useful Native Plants,' p. 16 : "' native orange,' ' Orange Thorn.' The fruit is an orange berry with a leathery skin, about one inch and ..."
2. Australia Twice Traversed: The Romance of Exploration, Being a Narrative by Ernest Giles (1889)
"... the Gascoyne—Beautiful trees—A fire-brand— Stony pass—native orange—A second anniversary—Ascent of the peak—Severe country for camels' feet—Grassy plain ..."
3. A Dictionary of the Language of Mota, Sugarloaf Island, Banks' Islands, with by Robert Henry Codrington, John Palmer (1896)
"... poss. mo 1. with suff. pron.; во with the other suff. pron. Mol, native orange ... Moli, native orange ; Sam. Fij. Sol. I. moli. Molo, to tremble. ..."
4. The Overland Monthly by Bret Harte (1874)
"This presumption is warranted, from the fact that the native orange, in consequence of its superiority over the imported, which deteriorates materially ..."
5. The Quarterly (1901)
"... railroad were awaiting the arrival of the California!! steamer an altercation occurred between a native orange vendor and a blustering drunken American. ..."