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fever tree definition

  • noun:
    • some of several woods, including specific types of eucalyptus or Pinckneya pubens, of southeast united states of america, having leaves or bark regularly allay temperature.
    • tall fast-growing timber tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil; younger leaves are bluish
    • African tree likely to mark healthful regions
    • Any of several trees, including certain types of eucalyptus or Pinckneya pubens, of southeast US, having leaves or bark familiar with allay temperature.
    • any one of a number of woods, eg certain types of eucalyptus or Pinckneya pubens, regarding the southeast US, having leaves or bark familiar with allay temperature.
    • some of a number of woods having leaves or bark used to allay temperature or thought to show regions without temperature
    • high fast-growing timber-tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil; young leaves tend to be bluish
    • high fast-growing timber tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil; young leaves are bluish
    • decorative shrub or tiny tree of swampy areas in southwestern US having large green or white sepals and yielding Georgia bark for the treatment of temperature
    • African tree designed to mark healthful regions
    • African tree designed to mark beneficial areas
    • some of a few woods having leaves or bark regularly allay fever or considered to show areas without any temperature
    • Any of a few woods, particularly specific species of eucalyptus or Pinckneya pubens, of the southeast US, having leaves or bark always allay temperature.
    • some of several woods having leaves or bark used to allay temperature or thought to suggest regions free from fever
    • ornamental shrub or tiny tree of swampy areas in southwestern usa having huge pink or white sepals and producing Georgia bark for the treatment of temperature
    • tall fast-growing timber-tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil; young leaves are bluish
    • decorative shrub or little tree of swampy areas in southwestern usa having big green or white sepals and producing Georgia bark for the treatment of fever
    • African tree supposed to mark healthful regions
    • some of a number of trees having leaves or bark regularly allay temperature or considered to suggest regions free from temperature
    • decorative shrub or little tree of swampy areas in southwestern US having large green or white sepals and yielding Georgia bark for the treatment of fever
    • some of a few trees, particularly particular types of eucalyptus or Pinckneya pubens, associated with the southeast usa, having leaves or bark accustomed allay temperature.
    • any one of a few woods, such as certain types of eucalyptus or Pinckneya pubens, associated with the southeast usa, having leaves or bark always allay fever.
    • high fast-growing timber-tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil; youthful leaves are bluish
    • high fast-growing timber tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil; youthful leaves are bluish
    • African tree supposed to mark healthful regions
    • African tree likely to mark beneficial areas
    • any of a few trees having leaves or bark accustomed allay fever or thought to suggest regions free from temperature
    • Any of several trees, such as for instance specific species of eucalyptus or Pinckneya pubens, of this southeast US, having leaves or bark regularly allay temperature.
    • any of a number of trees having leaves or bark accustomed allay temperature or thought to show areas without fever
    • decorative shrub or little tree of swampy areas in southwestern usa having large green or white sepals and yielding Georgia bark for treating fever
    • tall fast-growing timber tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil; young leaves tend to be bluish
    • African tree supposed to mark healthful regions
    • any of a number of trees having leaves or bark familiar with allay temperature or considered to show areas free of fever
    • decorative shrub or small tree of swampy places in southwestern usa having big green or white sepals and yielding Georgia bark for the treatment of fever
    • decorative shrub or small tree of swampy areas in southwestern United States having large green or white sepals and producing Georgia bark for treating temperature
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