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oleander

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants
oleandero‧le‧an‧der /ˌəʊliˈændə $ ˌoʊliˈændər/ noun [countable, uncountable]  HBPa green bush with white, pink, or purple flowers
Examples from the Corpus
oleanderGeraniums sat on the window ledges and oleanders grew from old Elf oil drums outside the doors.There are oleander bushes and flame of the forest trees.That night we slid into Tomb Bay, where Lycian rock tombs glare over a sheltered bight and cicadas yell from oleanders.They include oleander, poinsettia and other members of the Euphorbia family, and the castor-oil plant.O, lady fair, the oleanders spice the air O, my sainted aunt!There were oleanders and an untidy tumble of bamboo dwellings.Before me lay a deep gulley choked with oleanders and thorny scrub, which descended precipitously down to the private beach.
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