laburnum

IPA: ɫʌbjˈurnʌm

noun

  • Any tree of genus Laburnum. They have bright yellow flowers and are poisonous.

Examples of "laburnum" in Sentences

  • The street is lined with many laburnum trees.
  • Here also are Indigoferae rind dwarf laburnum.
  • The laburnum also serves as an important benchmark.
  • Other nearby train stations are Laburnum and Blackburn.
  • Even chewing laburnum bark or twigs can affect animals.
  • Later 1980s additions include a circle of menhirs and a laburnum walk.
  • Laburnum was opened in 1958 when residential development came to the area.
  • A sheltering stand of laburnum surrounding an abandoned and unappreciated statue of Leda and her swan.
  • The windows were open, and the orioles were singing in the great elm-tree, and the laburnum was a bower of gold.
  • Cat pointed toward the shrubbery, the secluded stand of laburnum, Leda and her god hidden away in eternal orgasm.
  • Tabex tablets contain cytosine, a substance found in the seeds of a tree called laburnum that produces yellow pea-flowers, which mimics the effect of nicotine.
  • The laburnum is the train, and there are the signal-boxes, and the road up to here — and those fat red daisies are us three waving to the old gentleman — that’s him, the pansy in the laburnum train.”
  • The laburnum is the train, and there are the signal-boxes, and the road up to here -- and those fat red daisies are us three waving to the old gentleman -- that's him, the pansy in the laburnum train. "
  • Irishman dwelling with Englishmen, was directed to have a bow of his own height made of yew, wych-hazel, ash, or awburne -- that is, laburnum, which is still styled "awburne saugh," or awburne willow, in many parts of Scotland.

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