Definition of Sweet wattle

1. Noun. Tropical American thorny shrub or small tree; fragrant yellow flowers used in making perfumery.

Exact synonyms: Acacia Farnesiana, Cassie, Flame Tree, Huisache, Mimosa Bush, Scented Wattle, Sweet Acacia
Group relationships: Genus Acacia
Generic synonyms: Acacia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sweet Wattle

sweet shrub
sweet sixteens
sweet sorghum
sweet spots
sweet sultan
sweet talk
sweet talker
sweet tooth
sweet tooths
sweet unicorn plant
sweet vermouth
sweet vetch
sweet violet
sweet wattle (current term)
sweet white violet
sweet williams
sweet woodruff
sweet wormwood
sweet young thing
sweetbox
sweetbread
sweetbreads
sweetbriar
sweetbriars
sweetbrier
sweetbriers
sweetcheeks
sweetcorn

Literary usage of Sweet wattle

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1. Opals and Agates: Or, Scenes Under the Southern Cross and the Magelhans by Nehemiah Bartley (1892)
"A dense, sweet, wattle-scented grove extended the whole way round what is now called " River Terrace " to Kangaroo Point, and in it could be picked up, ..."

2. Opals and Agates: Or, Scenes Under the Southern Cross and the Magelhans by Nehemiah Bartley (1892)
"A dense, sweet, wattle-scented grove extended the whole way round what is now called " River Terrace " to Kangaroo Point, and in it could be picked up, ..."

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