Definition of Albizzias

1. albizzia [n] - See also: albizzia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Albizzias

albite
albites
albitic
albitical
albitise
albitised
albitises
albitization
albitizations
albitize
albitized
albitizes
albizia
albizias
albizzia
albizzias (current term)
albocinereous
albocracy
albolabrin
albolith
albondiga
albondigas
albonoursin
albrechtschraufite
albs
albuca
albuginea
albugineotomy
albugineous
albugo

Literary usage of Albizzias

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1. Madagascar au début du xxe siècle by Raphaël Anatole Émile Blanchard, Marcellin Boule, Clément Delhorbe, Emmanuel Drake del Castillo, Henri Froidevaux, Guillaume Grandidier, Alfred Lacroix, Engène Aristide Marre (1902)
"Dans ce but, on a généralement recours aux Bananiers et aux albizzias, ... Les albizzias ont l'avantage de donner une ombre moins opaque -luc les Bananiers ..."

2. British Central Africa: An Attempt to Give Some Account of a Portion of the by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1898)
"... and velvet-foliaged albizzias. On either side of the stream, also, there is a jungle of bamboos, and the path descends from out of the weary glare of ..."

3. The Uganda Protectorate: An Attempt to Give Some Description of the Physical by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1902)
"... the foliage of which looks like a bundle of sharp green weapons arranged as a trophy) and the albizzias. The albizzia is related to the acacia, ..."

4. Ornamental Shrubs of the United States (hardy, Cultivated) by Austin Craig Apgar (1910)
"The albizzias, frequently though improperly called Mimosa Trees, are tropic trees (25 species) with only one species, MIMOSA TREE (168) —Albizzia ..."

5. Timber and Timber Trees, Native and Foreign by Thomas Laslett (1894)
"... also seem worthy of trial, and the same is probable of some of the Australian albizzias. Cedrela Toona, the Toon of India, is well known and valued in ..."

6. The Kilima-Njaro Expedition: A Record of Scientific Exploration in Eastern by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1886)
"... to go and build a little hut and live for ever; sometimes flows solemnly and slowly with glassy look amid winding avenues of palms, acacias, albizzias, ..."

7. Timber and Timber Trees, Native and Foreign by Thomas Laslett, Harry Marshall Ward (1894)
"... also seem worthy of trial, and the same is probable of some of the Australian albizzias. Cedrela Toona, the Toon of India, is well known and valued in ..."

8. Portuguese East Africa: The History, Scenery, & Great Game of Manica and Sofala by Reginald Charles Fulke Maugham (1906)
"... places for two or three white-necked crows, which are waiting until we have gone with an eye to the dead bull. Soft-foliaged albizzias and coarse-leaved ..."

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