noun, plural sa·gua·ros.
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Those are saguaro cactuses…the big ones…birds make holes in them and build their nests inside.The Story Behind Lee Marvin’s Liberty Valance Smile|Robert Ward|January 3, 2015|DAILY BEAST
The little unincorporated community sits in a lonely stretch of hot desert amidst black rocks and saguaro cactuses.In Tiny Ajo, Arizona, Border Patrol Agents Are Living the Dream|Terry Greene Sterling|September 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
On her other side was a wizened little old fellow with a wrinkled face and ribs corrugated like a saguaro.The Hohokam Dig|Theodore Pratt
The saguaro has a skeleton of woody ribs bound together by tough, woody fibers.The Angel of the Gila:|Cora Marsland
Their packs bore tanned skins, fruit of the saguaro cactus, edible roots of the mescal plant, and other trade goods.The Story of Geronimo|James Arthur Kjelgaard
At last the older boy said, "I will turn into a saguaro, so that I shall live forever and bear fruit every summer."
That is how the saguaro and the palo verde came to be on the mountains and the desert.