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Definition of "mulga" [mulga]

  • Any of a number of small acacia trees, especially Acacia aneura, forming dense scrub in dry inland areas of Australia. (noun)
  • The outback. (noun)
  • Something made from the wood of a mulga tree. (noun)
  • A mulga wire. (noun)

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Use "mulga" in a sentence
  • "The mulga bears a small woody fruit called the mulga apple."
  • "Acacia aneura is known as mulga in its native Australia where it is one of the best known species in the genus."
  • "On nearing the lakes the creek assumes so dismal an appearance, and so funereal is the aspect of the dead scrub and dark tops of the "boree" (a kind of mulga), that one wonders that Gregory did not choose the name of"