white mahogany


Definition of white mahogany

  1. 1a :  a pale or light-colored mahogany b :  primavera 2

  2. 2a :  an Australian eucalypt (Eucalyptus triantha or E. acmenoides) that yields a pale strong straight-grained wood used especially for railway ties and posts b :  the wood of this tree

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