noun Australian

Also called: snow gum a SE Australian eucalyptus tree, Eucalyptus pauciflora, with a pale grey bark
any of various acacia trees

Word Origin for sallee

probably of native origin
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Historical Examples of sallee

  • Descendants, named Sallee, now live in Kentucky and Tennessee.

    Chronicles of Border Warfare

    Alexander Scott Withers

  • A Moorish pirate ship, named from Sallee, a seaport of Morocco.

    George Fox

    George Fox

  • Our master said it was a Sallee man-of-war, that seemed to give us chase.

    George Fox

    George Fox

  • The scud hides the shore, but he judges that we are not far from Sallee.

    The Pursuit

    Frank (Frank Mackenzie) Savile

  • The Giants never regard Sallee as a left-hander with men on the bases.

    Pitching in a Pinch

    Christy Mathewson