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diamond-leaf laurel

[ dahy-muhnd-leef, dahy-uh- ]
/ ˈdaɪ məndˌlif, ˈdaɪ ə- /
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noun
a tree, Pittosporum rhombifolium, of Australia, having coarsely toothed, oval or diamond-shaped leaves and white flowers, widely planted as an ornamental in the southwestern U.S.
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