Definition of Cider gum
1. Noun. Small to medium-sized tree of Tasmania.
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Literary usage of Cider gum
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1. Tree-culture in New Zealand by Henry John Matthews (1905)
"E. Gunnii (cider gum) (Plates 62 and 63).—According to Mueller, this tree is found in alpine regions in Australia up to 5600 ft. ..."
2. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"cider gum (or Cider Tree]—. Ross, ' Hobart Town Almanack,' p. 119: " That species of eucalyptus called the cider tree, from its exuding a quantity of ..."
3. Wood: A Manual of the Natural History and Industrial Applications of the by George Simonds Boulger (1908)
"Rough Stringybark." Large, light-grey, very tough, suitable for tool-handles. Gum, Bally. See Bally Gum. Gum, Bastard. See Gum, Cider. Gum, Black, in North ..."