1. deciduous South African tree having large odd-pinnate leaves and profuse fragrant orange-yellow flowers; yields a red juice and heavy strong durable wood
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How To Use kiaat In A Sentence

  • Combretums grow in large numbers and there are giant sycamore figs, mkuhlus, maroelas, kiaats and spectacular flowering trees such as the white pear and the red and orange kaffirboom.
  • The kiaat is a deciduous, spreading and slightly flat-crowned tree with a high canopy.
  • And my friend Glen Davis has a box pentatonic kalimba which has the deepest darkest kiaat wood I have ever seen.
  • Later, we purchased some kiaat wood, a local red hardwood, and built a bar for the kitchen, a desk, bookshelves, and shelves for our clothing, all constructed with just a hand planer and hand drill. The Elephant's Secret Sense
  • Tentatively he traced a vertical stroke in the kiaat tabletop. Watershed
  • An elevator and a staircase made of kiaat, a local wood, connect the three levels. NYT > Home Page
  • This beautiful seascape was made with blue pine, aspen, myrtlewood, kiaat, maple, red cedar and yellowheart.
  • This is a kiaat tree, which is slow growing, and often forms very twisted shapes.
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