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bluewood

[ bloo-wood ]
/ ˈbluˌwʊd /
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noun
a shrub or small tree, Condalia obovata, of the buckthorn family, of western Texas and northern Mexico, often forming dense chaparral.
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Origin of bluewood

An Americanism dating back to 1880–85; blue + wood1
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How to use bluewood in a sentence

  • Bluewood (Condalia obovata) is a related Texas species, called also logwood and purple haw.

    American Forest Trees|Henry H. Gibson
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