Sir John had shouted as he laid about him in the mangrove trees.
The bird stays in the mangrove thickets in the daylight hours.
They couldn't keep the water down, and they rammed her into a mangrove forest to save her.
It is not an easy matter to state the average size of mangrove trees.
After looking it over and talking about it a bit, they chose a mangrove bush for their very own.
The mangrove grows on the shores of the west coast in profusion.
The only other mammal recorded was a large fox-bat, a skeleton of which was found hanging on a mangrove bush.
Our factories stand by the mangrove creeks the slavers haunted.
If a man could choose his last resting-place, wouldn't this blue water be much nicer than a mangrove swamp in Africa.
Nest a platform of sticks about five feet from the ground, in a mangrove tree.
1610s, mangrow, probably from Spanish mangle, mangue (1530s), which is perhaps from Carib or Arawakan. Modern spelling in English (1690s) is from influence of grove. A Malay origin also has been proposed, but it is difficult to explain how it came to be used for an American plant.