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bladdernut

[ blad-er-nuht ]
/ ˈblæd ərˌnʌt /
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noun

the bladderlike fruit capsule of any shrub or small tree of the genus Staphylea, as S. trifolia, of the eastern U.S.
the shrub itself.

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Origin of bladdernut

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How to use bladdernut in a sentence

  • The big three-valved balloons of the bladdernut can sail either in the air, on the water, or over the frozen snow.

    Some Winter Days in Iowa|Frederick John Lazell
  • Large, triangular membranaceous pods hang thickly from the white-lined branches of the bladdernut.

    Some Summer Days in Iowa|Frederick John Lazell

British Dictionary definitions for bladdernut

bladdernut
/ (ˈblædəˌnʌt) /

noun

any temperate shrub or small tree of the genus Staphylea, esp S. pinnata of S Europe, that has bladder-like seed pods: family Staphyleaceae
the pod of any such tree
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