river gum


Definition of river gum

  1. :  an often somewhat crooked and irregular Australian red gum (Eucalyptus rostrata or E. camaldulensis) that grows chiefly along rivers, has lanceolate leaves, and yields a durable reddish lumber used in heavy construction

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