flindersia definition

  • noun:
    • A small genus of Australian timber woods.
    • A genus of tall timber-trees of Australia, regarding the normal order Meliaceæ, and allied to the mahogany.
    • little genus of Australian wood woods
    • a little genus of Australian wood trees.
    • A small genus of Australian timber trees.
    • A genus of tall timber-trees of Australia, of natural order Meliaceæ, and allied to your mahogany.
    • small genus of Australian wood woods
    • A small genus of Australian timber woods.
    • A genus of tall timber-trees of Australia, of the natural order Meliaceæ, and allied to the mahogany.
    • tiny genus of Australian timber trees
    • a little genus of Australian timber woods.
    • a tiny genus of Australian timber woods.
    • A genus of tall timber-trees of Australia, of the natural order Meliaceæ, and allied to the mahogany.
    • a tiny genus of Australian timber woods.
    • a tiny genus of Australian wood woods.
    • A genus of high timber-trees of Australian Continent, of this all-natural purchase Meliaceæ, and allied on mahogany.
    • A genus of tall timber-trees of Australia, of the natural order Meliaceæ, and allied to the mahogany.
    • A genus of tall timber-trees of Australia, of natural purchase Meliaceæ, and allied into the mahogany.
    • small genus of Australian wood trees
    • A genus of high timber-trees of Australia, of the normal purchase Meliaceæ, and allied on mahogany.
    • small genus of Australian wood woods
    • little genus of Australian timber woods
    • tiny genus of Australian wood woods
    • little genus of Australian timber woods

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