Definition of English walnut tree
1. Noun. Eurasian walnut valued for its large edible nut and its hard richly figured wood; widely cultivated.
Member holonyms: English Walnut
Group relationships: Genus Juglans, Juglans
Generic synonyms: Walnut, Walnut Tree
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Lexicographical Neighbors of English Walnut Tree
Literary usage of English walnut tree
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1. Official Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue by Great Exhibition, Robert Ellis (1851)
"Lady's writing-table, of English walnut-tree. Pedestal Davenport writing-desk ... Ornamental toilet glass, of English walnut-tree, in tho Elizabethan style. ..."
2. Proceedings, International Conference on Plant Breeding and Hybridization by C. Raveret-Wattel (1904)
"1 know an English walnut tree that is, I believe, fourteen or fifteen inches in diameter, the stem or trunk, and I believe a perfect tree, and which bears ..."
3. The Horticultural review and botanical magazine (1854)
"Capt BELT procured the nut from an English Walnut tree, in the garden of Mrs. I'.own-, of Prince George's county, Maryland. Within a few hundred yards of ..."
4. The MAGAZINE of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and (1853)
"Wm. I. Belt, late of the United States Navy. Capt. Belt procured the nut from an English Walnut tree in the garden of Mrs. Bowie, ..."
5. The Technical World Magazine (1912)
"... in the Eastern United States, and reports that there is a large area suitable for growing this hardy variety. PARENT English walnut tree AT LOCKPORT. ..."
6. The Encyclopedia of Practical Horticulture: A Reference System of Commercial by Granville Lowther, William Worthington (1914)
"In Clarke county about fifty-five years ago was planted the first English walnut tree in all the Northwest which, without any particular care, ..."