[ tam-uh-rak ]
/ ˈtæm əˌræk /


a city in SE Florida.
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Examples from the Web for tamarac

  • Many of the roads leading thereto had been paved with tamarac poles, making what is now known as corduroy roads.

    Death Valley in '49|William Lewis Manly
  • Canada then fell back on tamarac, or 'hackmatac,' as builders called it.

    All Afloat|William Wood
  • It was shored up with tamarac poles and when the camp was abandoned Paul pulled up this cribbing.

  • That he might see ore-crushers at work for the first time in his life, he visited the Tamarac mine.

    Inventors at Work|George Iles