Definition of Laburnums

1. Noun. (plural of laburnum) ¹



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Definition of Laburnums

1. laburnum [n] - See also: laburnum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Laburnums

labrum
labrum acetabulare
labrum articulare
labrum glenoidale
labrums
labrus
labrusca
labryinth
labrys
labryses
labs
labs on a chip
labs on chips
laburnine
laburnum
laburnums (current term)
labware
labyrinth
labyrinth seal
labyrinth supporting cells
labyrinthal
labyrinthectomy
labyrinthian
labyrinthibranch
labyrinthic
labyrinthical
labyrinthically
labyrinthici
labyrinthiform
labyrinthine

Literary usage of Laburnums

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1. Psychology: Normal and Morbid by Charles Arthur Mercier (1901)
"Instead of discriminating the attributes of woodiness, ramification, etc., from the general idea of laburnums, I may choose another subgroup, ..."

2. The Planter's Kalendar, Or, The Nurseryman's & Forester's Guide in the by Walter Nicol (1820)
"Sowing laburnums. laburnums, both the tree and the shrubby sorts, ... laburnums of neither of the sorts should be sown to rise nearer to one another than an ..."

3. Trees & Shrubs for English Gardens by Ernest Thomas Cook (1902)
"laburnums grow so freely almost everywhere that they are somewhat overdone in gardens, but it is so beautiful a tree that many would say: "I don't mind how ..."

4. Trees & Shrubs for English Gardens by Ernest Thomas Cook (1902)
"laburnums grow so freely almost everywhere that they are somewhat overdone in gardens, but it is so beautiful a tree that many would say: "I don't mind how ..."

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