Any of several deciduous, coniferous trees of the genus Larix, having needlelike leaves clustered on short shoots and heavy, durable wood.(noun)
The wood of these trees.(noun)
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Use "larch" in a sentence
"Our deciduous evergreens tamaracks, also called larch and hackmatack are filling in with fresh bright needles, some white water-flower was blooming spikes out in the bog, and white lady-slipper orchids bloomed right at the edge of the road."
"A gum called larch-tree sulphur, chewed by both natives and settlers, is also obtained from these forests."
"My larch is a weeping variety that has been trained to grow in an upward spiral."