- any of various acacia trees
- (as modifier)brigalow country
C19: from a native Australian language
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Examples from the Web for brigalow
It was still, however, enveloped in a narrow belt of brigalow.
Leaving a little hill of trap to the left, and some brigalow scrub on the right, we reached the old ground and encamped.
I encountered much soft sand and scrubs of brigalow, rosewood, and Callitris.
The river had a singular tendency to spread into little channels within a belt of brigalow scrub.
The whole day was lost, however, in toiling through a brigalow scrub.