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Definition of "jacarandas" [jacarandas]

  • Any bignoniaceous tree of the tropical American genus Jacaranda, having fernlike leaves and pale purple flowers and widely cultivated in temperate areas of Australia (noun)
  • The fragrant ornamental wood of any of these trees (noun)
  • Any of several related or similar trees or their wood (noun)
  • Plural form of jacaranda. (noun)

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Use "jacarandas" in a sentence
  • "Ethan Pines for The Wall Street Journal The blue swimming pool is surrounded by huge boulders with a waterfall flowing into it; the property is loaded with pink bougainvillea, purple jacarandas and lots of lemon, lime and orange trees."
  • "The swimming pool is surrounded by huge boulders with a waterfall flowing into it; the property is loaded with pink bougainvillea, purple jacarandas and lots of lemon, lime and orange trees."
  • "Summer day of bougainvillea, wild poinsettia and swaying jacarandas - carefree, carefree - a dry wind carried the restless spirit of the future on its back, fanned by strange fires in young Pablo Graf's head."