Definition of Brigalows
1. brigalow [n] - See also: brigalow
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Literary usage of Brigalows
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1. Select Extra-tropical Plants: Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1895)
"The tree yields also considerable quantities of gum. It is one of the principal "brigalows" in the scrubs of that designation. ..."
2. Northmost Australia: Three Centuries of Exploration, Discovery, and by Robert Logan Jack (1921)
"l (SEE MAP G.) " It may be considered," he adds, " one continual scrub of either tea tree or brigalows right over from the Mitchell to the Palmer. ..."
3. The Repentance of Magdalene Despar and Other Poems by George Essex Evans (1891)
"In the lonely bush in a far-off land, Where the wattles bloom and the brigalows wave ; Laid to his rest by a stranger's hand, The exile sleeps in his ..."
4. Journal of Landsborough's Expedition from Carpentaria, in Search of Burke by William Landsborough (1862)
"The brigalows are few and far between. The box grows along the watercourses. We came here from last camp in about the following courses :—2.40, ..."
5. Select Extra-tropical Plants: with indications of their native countries and by Ferdinand Von Mueller (1895)
"The tree yields also considerable quantities of gum. It is one of the principal '' brigalows " in the scrubs of that designation. ..."
6. The Tapu of Banderah by Louis Becke, Walter Jeffery (1901)
"Five miles away from the sandalwood camp was another and larger patch of timber—tall, slender brigalows, which grew on the edge of a dried-up swamp, ..."