Definition of American red elder

1. Noun. Common North American shrub or small tree.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of American Red Elder

American painted lady
American painted ladys
American parasol
American parsley fern
American pasqueflower
American pennyroyal
American persimmon
American pit bull terrier
American plaice
American plan
American plane
American pulsatilla
American quaking aspen
American raspberry
American rattlebox
American red elder
American red plum
American red squirrel
American redstart
American robin
American robins
American rock brake
American sable
American saddle horse
American shrew mole
American sign language
American smelt
American smokewood
American smooth dogfish
American spelling

Literary usage of American red elder

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1. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1908)
"A Member: You refer to the american red elder? Mr. Horvath: Yes, sir. Mr. Pierce: I live thirty miles from Cleveland. I am unable to get it to live exposed ..."

2. The Woodlands: Or, A Treatise on the Preparing of Ground for Planting; on William Cobbett by William Cobbett (1825)
"MICHAUX makes no mention of these ELDERS ; but I have some plants of the American Red Elder now growing in my garden. THE ELM. In Latin, Ulmus; in French, ..."

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