Australian any of several small eucalyptus trees, esp Eucalyptus cornuta, yielding a very hard timber
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How to use yate in a sentence
yate's quick glance, in the moment of introduction, observed the book was upside down.
A torrent of hot blood seemed to burst from yate's frozen brain, as watershoots from the glaciers in summer.
"And women pet them; they'd prefer a fool who can pot rabbits and do a barn-dance to Homer himself," growled yate.
"The fact of poverty is an unpleasantness of itself," affirmed yate, extending a hearty hand to Carol's mother.
Of redd gold shines the yate; Of twenty foure faire ladyes there, The fairest is my mate.A Book of Ballads, Volume 3 | Various