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morrel

noun

any of various eucalyptus trees (family Myrtaceae) of Australia with rough bark and reddish or blackish wood

Examples

Morrel timber has considerable potential for furniture manufacture.

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  • I do not know morrel's present address, but expect a letter from him soon.

  • "Do so in this instance, my dear," said Mme. morrel, persuasively.

  • What would her father say if she accepted Mme. morrel's generous proposition?

  • M. and Mme. morrel lifted their hands and shook their heads in protest.

  • This visit he made one morning in company with Zuleika and M. and Mme. morrel.

  • If Martin could talk to morrel, and get something done, perhaps they could get a line.

    Infinite Intruder Alan Edward Nourse
  • His mind spun over the accident—incredulous, but more incredulous that morrel would practically laugh at him.

    Infinite Intruder Alan Edward Nourse
  • "We only had a theory to work on," said morrel, staring gloomily at the curved window.

    Infinite Intruder Alan Edward Nourse
  • The maniac whom even the mention of Zuleika's name had failed to touch was completely under Mme. morrel's influence.

  • Mme. morrel cast down her eyes and a heightened color overspread her charming face.

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