a hardwood tree, Eucalyptus marginata, of western Australia.
the heavy, often attractively grained wood of this tree.
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How to use jarrah in a sentence
Sheikh jarrah elicits hope,” Zvi Benninga says toward the end of My Neighborhood, “but it is set in a reality that scares me.East Jerusalem Doc 'My Neighborhood' Wins Peabody Award | Emily L. Hauser | March 29, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
I left Damascus gate as well, and took the light rail towards the predominantly Arab Sheikh jarrah neighborhood in East Jerusalem.
jarrah had a girlfriend he apparently loved - the only close human tie among the 9/11 conspirators.
jarrah was driving with a driver's license issued to a false address.
Local police had no way to determine that, nor to know that jarrah's name appeared on a CIA watch list.
Fig. 94 is a section of flooring which is generally made of hardwood, such as maple, oak, or jarrah.Woodwork Joints | William Fairham
The rival of the red gum as a timber tree is the jarrah, an eucalypt peculiar to Western Australia, where it grows in forests.Australian Pictures | Howard Willoughby
Specimens of jarrah wood seen by the writer were dark, suggesting black walnut, those of Karri were red, resembling mahogany.The Principal Species of Wood: Their Characteristic Properties | Charles H. (Charles Henry) Snow
This tree does not occur in such numbers as the jarrah, its field of growth being limited.Spinifex and Sand | David W Carnegie
Its timber resembles that of the jarrah, but cannot be wrought so easily, though for purposes of street-paving it is superior.Spinifex and Sand | David W Carnegie
British Dictionary definitions for jarrah
a widely planted Australian eucalyptus tree, Eucalyptus marginata, that yields a valuable timber
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