Definition of River red gum

1. Noun. Somewhat crooked red gum tree growing chiefly along rivers; has durable reddish lumber used in heavy construction.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of River Red Gum

river crab
river dolphin
river god
river gods
river gum
river horse
river horses
river lamprey
river lampreys
river limpet
river otter
river pear
river prawn
river rat
river rats
river red gum (current term)
river shad
river turtle
riverboat queen
riverboat queens

Literary usage of River red gum

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1. Settler's Guide and Farmer's Handbook by Western Australia Dept. of Agriculture, L. Lindley-Cowen (1897)
"... ne«r river, red gum and jarrah ; No. 10, from four miles inland from Busselton, red gum, paper-bark, and peppermint; No. ..."

2. New South Wales: Her Commerce and Resources by Gilderoy Wells Griffin (1888)
"It is found in open and brush forests from the Hastings to the Tweed River. Red gum, Eucalyptus rostrata.—This makes a beautifully grained timber, ..."

3. Mineral Resources by Geological Survey of New South Wales (1900)
"The river red-gum (Eucalyptus rot/rata) frequents the b»nb of the main watercourses, while the alluvial plain skirting the river и ..."

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