white ash

NOUN
  1. small to medium-sized tree of Australia and Tasmania having smooth white to light-grey bark shedding in patches or strips
  2. spreading American ash with leaves pale green or silvery beneath and having hard brownish wood
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How To Use white ash In A Sentence

  • The fire in the hearth was now a heap of white ash.
  • Faint tendrils of smoke rose from white ash in the deep-set hearth. Fire The Sky
  • There is a tree common to the Columbia river below the enterance of cataract River which in it's appearance when divested of it's folage, much resembles the white ash; the appearance of the wood and bark is also that of the ash. it's stem is simple. branching and diffuse. the lief is petiolate, plane, scattered palmate lobate, divided by four deep sinusus; the lobes are repand or terminate in from 3 to 5 accute angular points, while their margins are indented with irregular and somewhat circular incissures. the petiole is celindric smoth and 7 inches long. the leaf 8 inches in length and 12 in bredth. this tree is frequently Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806
  • Walnut trees can also grow in small groups or as scattered specimens mixed with American elm, hackberry, boxelder, sugar maple, green and white ash, basswood, red oak, and hickory.
  • Cataract River which in its appearance when divested of its folage, much resembles the white ash; the appearance of the wood and bark is also that of the ash. it's Stem is Simple branching and diffuse. the lief is petiolate, plane, scattered palmate lobate, divided by four deep Sinusus; the lobes are repand or terminate in from 3 to 5 accute angular points, while their margins are indented with irregular and The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806
  • Oak furniture range, Laura Ashley 3 Variations dressing table in light ash, white ash or black.
  • Associated species were pignut and mockernut, hickories, black gum, red maple, sassafras, sourwood, and white ash.
  • We are school drama, the role of the view that every act should be a reason, so make "Infernal Affairs" to explore areas of human nature in black and white ash torment and suffering.
  • Our infield and outfield fungoes are turned from solid, high quality, northern white ash.
  • Temple of the Devil, near the town of Altorf in Franconia, at the foot of a mountain covered with pine and savine, in which are found large coals resembling trees of ebony; which are so far mineralized as to be heavy and compact; and so to effloresce with pyrites in some parts as to crumble to pieces; yet from other parts white ashes are produced on calcination, from which _fixed alcali_ is procured; which evinces their vegetable origin. The Botanic Garden A Poem in Two Parts. Part 1: the Economy of Vegetation
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