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Definition of "myall" [myall]

  • A stranger; an ignorant person. (noun)
  • An Aborigine living according to tradition and in a traditional way. (noun)
  • Any of various Australian acacias, especially the weeping myall, Acacia pendula, or the wood of such trees. (noun)

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Use "myall" in a sentence
  • "Towards the river the country is wooded with a kind of myall, but not the drooping acacia."
  • "| Page 53: "myall" changed to "Myall" (he saw a lot of Myall) |"
  • "At six miles crossed a grassy creek of several channels, with myall and gum, but no water, running to north-east, nearly along our line."