noun, plural eu·ca·lyp·ti [yoo-kuh-lip-tahy], /ˌyu kəˈlɪp taɪ/, eu·ca·lyp·tus·es.
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Origin of eucalyptus
OTHER WORDS FROM eucalyptuseu·ca·lyp·tic, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for eucalyptus
After rinsing it off, a pleasant tingle remained on my skin, thanks to essential peppermint and eucalyptus oils.This Face Wash Made Me Rethink My Skin-Care Routine|Luke Whelan|April 21, 2021|Outside Online
In Victoria, Peasant Girl Produce created a soap bar made with activated charcoal from burned eucalyptus trees.
Within seven days of the fires destroying about half the island’s wilderness areas, buds once buried under the thick bark of eucalyptus trees “burst into life,” he says.
Organically grown eucalyptus can be even more environmentally friendly than organic cotton.Best sheets: Choose the right bed linens for a good night’s sleep|Carsen Joenk|December 18, 2020|Popular Science
Today, farmers there plant more eucalyptus to sell the timber to other communities.
The school was made up of low, Mission Revival–style buildings surrounded by redwoods and eucalyptus trees stirred by the wind.Adventures with an Extreme Polyglot: Excerpt from 'Babel No More'|Michael Erard|January 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It was deep twilight in the room, and rather cold, for the eucalyptus and olive logs in the fireplace still awaited the match.Rosemary in Search of a Father|C. N. Williamson
Marie tilted back her head and looked up at the tall row of eucalyptus trees feathered against the stars.Cabin Fever|B. M. Bower
Looking at him as he lay back among the eucalyptus leaves, pale and emaciated, I knew the end was now very near.
The grasses and ferns there grew to a prodigious height, and there were magnificent forests of white gum and eucalyptus.
In this country eucalyptus seeds are reared in a greenhouse.