Definition of Red silver fir

1. Noun. Medium to tall fir of western North America having a conic crown and branches in tiers; leaves smell of orange when crushed.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Red Silver Fir

red rocket
red rockets
red rockfish
red route
red salmon
red sandalwood
red sanders
red sanderswood
red saunders
red scare
red setter
red shift
red shrubby penstemon
red silk-cotton tree
red silk cotton
red silver fir (current term)
red siskin
red slender loris
red snapper
red snow
red sorrel
red spider
red spider mite
red sprite
red sprites
red spruce
red squirrel
red squirrels
red state
red strawberry tongue

Literary usage of Red silver fir

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1. Modern Pulp and Paper Making: A Practical Treatise by George Strong Witham (1920)
"Range—-From British Columbia (Fraser river and southward in the Cascade Common Names—Red Fir; red silver fir (Western Mountains); Fir (Cal. ..."

2. Report by California State Board of Forestry (1888)
"Closely associated with this tree, but more commonly represented, is the variety Magnifica, the magnificent red silver fir (known as red fir). ..."

3. Our National Parks by John Muir (1901)
"Once when I was collecting flowers of the red silver fir near a summer tourist resort on the mountains above Lake Ta- hoe, I carried a handful of flowery ..."

4. Our National Parks by John Muir (1901)
"Once when I was collecting flowers of the red silver fir near a summer tourist resort on the mountains above Lake Ta- hoe, I carried a handful of flowery ..."

5. Our National Parks by John Muir (1901)
"Once when I was collecting flowers of the red silver fir near a summer tourist resort on the mountains above Lake Ta- hoe, I carried a handful of flowery ..."

6. Yosemite Trails: Camp and Pack-train in the Yosemite Region of the Sierra Nevada by Joseph Smeaton Chase (1911)
"At about the altitude of the Yosemite Valley the white silver fir (Abies concolor) appears, and soon after, the red silver fir ..."

7. Yosemite Trails: Camp and Pack-train in the Yosemite Region of the Sierra Nevada by Joseph Smeaton Chase (1911)
"... the red silver fir (Abies magnified). A few of the former may be found in the valley, growing along the southern side; but the true fir-zone lies at ..."

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