Definition of Forest red gum
1. Noun. Tall tree of Queensland and New South Wales and Victoria.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forest Red Gum
Literary usage of Forest red gum
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Indian Forester (1902)
"... to that of Murray red gum, ninny experts always selecting it in preference to the latter when both are available. This preference of forest red gum is ..."
2. Timber by James Rae Baterden (1908)
"The New South Wales variety shells badly and shrinks unevenly. Weight about 56 to 60 Ibs. per cubic foot, seasoned. forest red gum (E. tereticornis) is of a ..."
3. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (U.S.) (1901)
"... grey box, red mahogany, grey gum, forest red gum, and Sydney blue gum. Neither must turpentine, one of the most beautiful trees of the State, ..."
4. Carpentry and Building (1905)
"... spotted gum, gray box, red mahogany, gray gum, forest red gum, Sydney blue gum and turpentine, the latter resisting the attacks of white ants. ..."
5. The Indian Forester (1905)
"... spotted gum, grey box, red mahogany, grey gum, forest red gum, Sydney blue gum, and turpentine, the latter resisting the attacks of white ants. ..."