a block of gummy, easily crumbled rubber used to erase smudges, pencil marks, and the like especially from artwork.
- Gum field
noun 1. (NZ) an area of land containing buried fossilized kauri gum
[goo-mee] /ˈgu mi/ noun 1. a spreading shrub, Elaeagnus multiflora, of eastern Asia, having fragrant yellowish-white flowers and edible red fruit.
/ˈɡʌmˌlændz/ plural noun 1. (NZ) infertile land from which the original kauri bush has been removed or burnt producing only kauri gum
- Gum line
gum line n. The position of the margin of the gum in relation to teeth in the dental arch.