An aromatic deciduous shrub (Lindera benzoin) of eastern North America, having clusters of early-blooming small yellow flowers.(noun)
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Use "spicebush" in a sentence
"Fall stroll with staff horticulturist Deanne Eversmeyer featuring native plants such as American serviceberry, American yellowwood, Virginia sweetspire, spicebush, fragrant sumac, native ferns and grasses. 10 a.m."
"The caterpillars live in folded leaf shelters and eat the leaves of the sassafras or spicebush."
"Yesterday I saw a butterfly hit by a car — a spicebush swallowtail."