Definition of Spice tree

1. Noun. Tree bearing aromatic bark or berries.




2. Noun. Pacific coast tree having aromatic foliage and small umbellate flowers followed by olivelike fruit; yields a hard tough wood.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spice Tree

spic and span
spica
spica bandage
spicae
spicas
spicate
spicated
spiccato
spiccato bowing
spiccatos
spice
spice bush
spice cake
spice cookie
spice rack
spice tree (current term)
spice up
spiceberries
spiceberry
spicebush
spicebushes
spiced
spiceless
spicemill
spicenut
spicenuts
spicer
spiceries
spicers
spicery

Literary usage of Spice tree

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1. The Congo and Other Poems by Vachel Lindsay (1914)
"THE SPICE-TREE This is the song The spice-tree sings: "Hunger and fire, ... The spice-tree spreads And its boughs come down Shadowing village and farm and ..."

2. The Congo and Other Poems by Vachel Lindsay (1914)
"THE SPICE-TBEE This is the song The spice-tree sings: "Hunger and fire, Hunger and fire, Sky-born Beauty — Spice of desire," Under the spice-tree Watch and ..."

3. The Poets and Poetry of Scotland: From the Earliest to the Present Time by James Grant Wilson (1876)
"THE SPICE-TREE. The spice-tree lives iu the garden green; Beside it the fountain now«; And a fair bird sits the boughs between, And sings his melodious woes ..."

4. The Message of the Trees: An Anthology of Leaves and Branches by Maud Cuney-Hare, William Stanley Braithwaite (1918)
"The spice-tree spreads And its boughs come down Shadowing village and farm and town. And none can see But the pure of heart The great green leaves And the ..."

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