Definition of Swamp poplar

1. Noun. North American poplar with large rounded scalloped leaves and brownish bark and wood.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swamp Poplar

swamp gum
swamp hare
swamp hickory
swamp honeysuckle
swamp horsetail
swamp laurel
swamp lily
swamp locust
swamp mallow
swamp maple
swamp milkweed
swamp oak
swamp pine
swamp pines
swamp plant
swamp poplar (current term)
swamp rabbit
swamp red oak
swamp rose mallow
swamp sparrow
swamp sunflower
swamp white oak
swamp willow
swamped
swamper
swampers
swamphen
swamphens
swampier

Literary usage of Swamp poplar

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Territory of Florida, Or, Sketches of the Topography, Civil and Natural by John Lee Williams (1837)
"... ten to seventy feet high; the beauty and aroma of its flower is well known. Swamp Magnolia. M. glauca. * swamp poplar. Populus angulata—river swamp. i ..."

2. The New International Encyclopædia by Daniel Colt Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1903)
"... the swamp poplar, is common from New York to Georgia and west to Arkansas and Texas. It is a tree 80 feet high and has very large cordate leaves. ..."

3. Seasoning of Wood: A Treatise on the Natural and Artificial Processes by Joseph Bernard Wagner (1917)
"Tupelo Gum (Nyssa aquatica) (Bay Poplar, swamp poplar, Cotton Gum, Hazel Pine, Circassian Walnut, Pepperidge, Nyssa). The close similarity which exists ..."

4. Seasoning of Wood: A Treatise on the Natural and Artificial Processes by Joseph Bernard Wagner (1917)
"... swamp poplar, Cotton Gum, Hazel Pine, Circassian Walnut, Pepperidge, Nyssa). The close similarity which exists between red and tupelo gum, together with ..."

5. Seasoning of Wood: A Treatise on the Natural and Artificial Processes by Joseph Bernard Wagner (1917)
"... swamp poplar, Cotton Gum, Hazel Pine, Circassian Walnut, Pepperidge, Nyssa). The close similarity which exists between red and tupelo gum, together with ..."

6. The Territory of Florida, Or, Sketches of the Topography, Civil and Natural by John Lee Williams (1837)
"... ten to seventy feet high; the beauty and aroma of its flower is well known. Swamp Magnolia. M. glauca. * swamp poplar. Populus angulata—river swamp. i ..."

7. The New International Encyclopædia by Daniel Colt Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1903)
"... the swamp poplar, is common from New York to Georgia and west to Arkansas and Texas. It is a tree 80 feet high and has very large cordate leaves. ..."

8. Seasoning of Wood: A Treatise on the Natural and Artificial Processes by Joseph Bernard Wagner (1917)
"Tupelo Gum (Nyssa aquatica) (Bay Poplar, swamp poplar, Cotton Gum, Hazel Pine, Circassian Walnut, Pepperidge, Nyssa). The close similarity which exists ..."

9. Seasoning of Wood: A Treatise on the Natural and Artificial Processes by Joseph Bernard Wagner (1917)
"... swamp poplar, Cotton Gum, Hazel Pine, Circassian Walnut, Pepperidge, Nyssa). The close similarity which exists between red and tupelo gum, together with ..."

10. Seasoning of Wood: A Treatise on the Natural and Artificial Processes by Joseph Bernard Wagner (1917)
"... swamp poplar, Cotton Gum, Hazel Pine, Circassian Walnut, Pepperidge, Nyssa). The close similarity which exists between red and tupelo gum, together with ..."

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