- any of various acacia trees
- (as modifier)brigalow country
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How to use brigalow in a sentence
They rode several miles to a little lake and a scrub of brigalow, and, dismounting, soon had exciting sport.
He had found Billy nursing Eversofar in the shade of a stunted brigalow, while Bingong was away hunting for water.
The brigalow scrub was about half a mile in length, and stood between the swamp and the high river bank.In The Far North|Louis Becke
Here grow brigalow and mulga, gaunt and weird as the dragon-tree of the Soudan.Australian Pictures|Howard Willoughby
It was still, however, enveloped in a narrow belt of brigalow.Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia|Thomas Mitchell