Devilwood
Devilwood Dev"il*wood`, n. (Bot.) A kind of tree ({Osmanthus Americanus}), allied to the European olive. [1913 Webster]

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  • devilwood — ☆ devilwood [dev′əl wood΄ ] n. a small evergreen tree (Osmanthus americanus) of the olive family, with whitish bark, glossy leaves, greenish flowers, and hard wood, found in SE U.S …   English World dictionary

  • Devilwood — Amerikanische Duftblüte Amerikanische Duftblüte (Osmanthus americanus) Systematik Klasse: Dreifurchenpollen Zweikeimblättrige (Rosopsida) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • devilwood — noun Date: 1818 a small tree (Osmanthus americanus) of the olive family that is native to the southern United States …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • devilwood — /dev euhl wood /, n. a small olive tree, Osmanthus americanus, of the U.S., yielding a hard wood. [1810 20; DEVIL + WOOD1] * * * …   Universalium

  • devilwood — dev•il•wood [[t]ˈdɛv əlˌwʊd[/t]] n. pln a small tree, Osmanthus americanus, of the olive family, of the SE U.S., yielding a hard wood • Etymology: 1810–20 …   From formal English to slang

  • devilwood — noun small tree of southern United States having panicles of dull white flowers followed by dark purple fruits • Syn: ↑American olive, ↑Osmanthus americanus • Hypernyms: ↑tree • Member Holonyms: ↑Osmanthus, ↑genus Osmanthus …   Useful english dictionary

  • Devilwood (short film) — Devilwood Devilwood poster Directed by Sacha Bennett Produced by Sacha Bennett …   Wikipedia

  • Devilwood Osmanthus — Amerikanische Duftblüte Amerikanische Duftblüte (Osmanthus americanus) Systematik Klasse: Dreifurchenpollen Zweikeimblättrige (Rosopsida) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Osmanthus Americanus — Devilwood Dev il*wood , n. (Bot.) A kind of tree ({Osmanthus Americanus}), allied to the European olive. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Osmanthus americanus — Leaves of O. americanus Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae …   Wikipedia

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