sassafras tree

  1. yellowwood tree with brittle wood and aromatic leaves and bark; source of sassafras oil; widely distributed in eastern North America
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  • She recalled the sassafras trees reaching much larger proportions and the wood being valued by chair makers for its lightness and resiliency. Everyday Citizen
  • Tom Doyle b. 1928 fells cherry, oak and sassafras trees to make his carved, rough-hewn tripartite sculptures, some of which he casts in red and brown patinated bronze. The Shape of Things
  • Likewise filé powder made from the dried leaves of the sassafras tree would be added during the final stages of cooking to give the gumbo a ‘stringy’ texture.
  • They love the leaves from trees, especially sassafras trees, and gobble them up quickly. Archive 2010-06-01
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