flindosa definition

  • noun:
    • A tall Australian timber tree (Flindersia australis) yielding tough wood used for staves etc.
    • A tall Australian timber tree (Flindersia australis) producing tough hard wood used for staves an such like.
    • The rasp-pod or crow's-ash, Flindersia australis. See Flindersia and rasp-pod.
    • The rasp-pod or crow's-ash, Flindersia australis. See Flindersia and rasp-pod.
    • high Australian timber tree yielding difficult hard wood employed for staves an such like
    • tall Australian timber tree producing difficult real wood utilized for staves an such like
    • A tall Australian timber tree (Flindersia australis) yielding tough hard wood used for staves etc.
    • The rasp-pod or crow's-ash, Flindersia australis. See Flindersia and rasp-pod.
    • high Australian timber tree yielding tough hard wood useful for staves etc
    • A tall Australian timber-tree (Flindersia australis) producing difficult wood utilized for staves etc.
    • The rasp-pod or crow's-ash, Flindersia australis. See Flindersia and rasp-pod.
    • tall Australian timber-tree producing tough hard wood utilized for staves etc
    • A tall Australian timber tree (Flindersia australis) yielding difficult real wood used for staves an such like.
    • The rasp-pod or crow's-ash, Flindersia australis. See Flindersia and rasp-pod.
    • high Australian timber-tree yielding difficult real wood used for staves etc
    • A tall Australian timber-tree (Flindersia australis) producing tough hard wood employed for staves etc.
    • The rasp-pod or crow's-ash, Flindersia australis. See Flindersia and rasp-pod.
    • tall Australian timber tree producing difficult real wood employed for staves an such like
    • A tall Australian timber tree (Flindersia australis) yielding difficult wood utilized for staves an such like.
    • The rasp-pod or crow's-ash, Flindersia australis. See Flindersia and rasp-pod.
    • tall Australian timber tree producing difficult hard wood useful for staves etc
    • A tall Australian timber-tree (Flindersia australis) producing tough real wood employed for staves etc.
    • A tall Australian timber-tree (Flindersia australis) producing difficult hard wood utilized for staves an such like.
    • A tall Australian timber tree (Flindersia australis) producing tough hard wood useful for staves an such like.
    • The rasp-pod or crow's-ash, Flindersia australis. See Flindersia and rasp-pod.
    • The rasp-pod or crow's-ash, Flindersia australis. See Flindersia and rasp-pod.
    • The rasp-pod or crow's-ash, Flindersia australis. See Flindersia and rasp-pod.
    • A tall Australian timber tree (Flindersia australis) yielding tough real wood utilized for staves etc.
    • tall Australian timber-tree yielding difficult wood used for staves etc
    • tall Australian timber tree yielding tough real wood utilized for staves etc
    • tall Australian timber-tree producing tough hard wood utilized for staves an such like
    • The rasp-pod or crow's-ash, Flindersia australis. See Flindersia and rasp-pod.
    • high Australian timber tree yielding difficult wood utilized for staves an such like

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