any of various tropical trees belonging to the genus Jacaranda, of the catalpa family, having showy clusters of usually purplish flowers.
any of various related or similar trees.
the often fragrant, ornamental wood of any of these trees.
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How to use jacaranda in a sentence
Do you think I'll ever be able to send my lovely jacaranda seedlings to Guadalajara?When the Owl Cries | Paul Bartlett
In jacaranda, the capsule is above two feet long, and quite flat.Botany for Ladies | Jane Loudon
Had the recurrence of some symptoms in about six weeks after; tried jacaranda again with the same decided success.
So I put morning soreness and stiffness of muscles as the guide in prescribing jacaranda.
It beat off the delicate jacaranda blossoms until the garden pool wore a top of flowers.When the Owl Cries | Paul Bartlett
British Dictionary definitions for jacaranda
any bignoniaceous tree of the tropical American genus Jacaranda, having fernlike leaves and pale purple flowers and widely cultivated in temperate areas of Australia
the fragrant ornamental wood of any of these trees
any of several related or similar trees or their wood
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