noun, plural gua·yu·les [gwah-yoo-leez, wah-; Spanish gwah-yoo-les] /gwɑˈyu liz, wɑ-; Spanish gwɑˈyu lɛs/.
Origin of guayule
Examples from the Web for guayule
Then we watch the guayule being pitched by hand into crates and tightly jammed therein by being jumped on by the packers.
The guayule shrub is now a further source of Mexican rubber.Mexico|Charles Reginald Enock
The only native source so far utilized is the guayule, which grows wild on the deserts of the Mexican and the American border.Creative Chemistry|Edwin E. Slosson
Subdominants are mariola, guayule, Agave lechugilla, A. stricta or Larrea divaricata.The Recent Mammals of Tamaulipas, Mexico|Ticul Alvarez
In the district we have come to visit, several Mexicans are busy gathering in a harvest of guayule.