Old-fustic



noun
1.
(defs 1–3).
[fuhs-tik] /ˈfʌs tɪk/
noun
1.
the wood of a large, tropical American tree, Chlorophora tinctoria, of the mulberry family, yielding a light-yellow dye.
2.
the tree itself.
3.
the dye.
4.
any of several other dyewoods.
/ˈfʌstɪk/
noun
1.
Also called old fustic. a large tropical American moraceous tree, Chlorophora tinctoria
2.
the yellow dye obtained from the wood of this tree
3.
any of various trees or shrubs that yield a similar dye, esp Rhus cotinus (young fustic), a European sumach

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