[ UK /sæɡˈæɹə‍ʊ/ ]
[ US /səˈɡwɔɹoʊ/ ]
  1. extremely large treelike cactus of desert regions of southwestern United States having a thick columnar sparsely branched trunk bearing white flowers and edible red pulpy fruit
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How To Use saguaro In A Sentence

  • Amidst cholla and saguaro and sun-blistered projections of rock so bleak they might have confounded the Buddha himself. The Silence
  • In the middle of the day, in the middle of the peninsula, we rolled through a long valley landscaped with millions of huge wind-carved boulders, some as big as houses, giant cardon cacti (the saguaro's larger cousins), and tall skinny boojum plants with orange blooms on top - described as upside-down carrots. The Baja Highway from top to bottom
  • He lay in the shade of a giant saguaro while the mare stood nearby.
  • Less than an hour west of Tucson, coasting down State Highway 86 before reaching Kitt Peak and the Baboquivari Mountains, a small hill rises from the cholla, saguaro, and mesquite dotting the landscape.
  • During this period, the species feeds on the nectar and pollen of flowering saguaros and organ pipe cactus, contributing to the successful pollination of these succulents.
  • This picture may be able to present a better idea that it is literally impossible to hug a saguaro .
  • The bark on saguaros and many other species of columnar cacti is usually a dark brown to black color.
  • The concrete piers were sandblasted to create a rough, weathered texture, and native trees and saguaros run along the wash, helping the structure blend with the desert.
  • To me, a forest of giant saguaro cacti is more familiar and comprehensible than a grove of river birches.
  • All three kept a half-dozen other Saguaro balls in the air while we concentrated on finishing this book. American Grace
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