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Chiefly Eastern New England, sycamore (def 1).
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Historical Examples

Canoe Boys and Campfires William Murray Graydon
How To Do It Edward Everett Hale
Wings of the Wind Credo Harris
Trees Worth Knowing Julia Ellen Rogers
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Wings of the Wind Credo Harris
Trees Worth Knowing Julia Ellen Rogers
American Forest Trees Henry H. Gibson
The Financier Theodore Dreiser

Also called buttonball. a North American plane tree, Platanus occidentalis See plane tree
a small West Indian tree, Conocarpus erectus, with button-like fruits and heavy hard compact wood: family Combretaceae


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