Definition of Mexican cypress

1. Noun. Tall spreading evergreen found in Mexico having drooping branches; believed to have been introduced into Portugal from Goa.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mexican Cypress

Mexican Revolution
Mexican Sign Language
Mexican Spanish
Mexican War
Mexican beaded lizard
Mexican bean beetle
Mexican black cherry
Mexican breakfast
Mexican breakfasts
Mexican capital
Mexican cypress (current term)
Mexican duck
Mexican ducks
Mexican fire plant
Mexican flameleaf
Mexican freetail bat
Mexican green
Mexican hairless
Mexican hairlesses
Mexican hand tree
Mexican hat
Mexican hat cell
Mexican hat corpuscle
Mexican husk tomato
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Literary usage of Mexican cypress

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1. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1891)
"... but soon becoming as slow-growing as the yew, and adding only an inch In twelve to thirty years. The other species, T. mucronatum, the Mexican cypress, ..."

2. A Supplement to Gordon's Pinetum: Containing Descriptions and Additional by George Gordon (1862)
"... Mr. Knight's Mexican cypress. Syn. Cupressus elegans, Low. A fine, strong, growing kind, with the younger branches of a violet or glaucous colour, ..."

3. Chambers's Information for the People by William Chambers, Robert Chambers (1842)
"... tree consists ouly of one stem, we are entitled to regard this Mexican cypress aa the most gigantic and ancient tree hitherto discovered on the globe. ..."

4. A Practical Treatise on Tree Culture in South Australia by John Ednie Brown (1886)
"This is the incense-bearing Mexican cypress. A handsome tree, 50ft. high, branches spreading horizontally, sometimes pendant at tips. ..."

5. The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette (1846)
"Now that tree was only twenty-six feet in circumference, while the Mexican cypress was 120 feet. There was nothing in the constitution of trees at present ..."

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