euonymus

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A variety of euonymus (Euonymus europaeus)

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From the genus name.

Noun[edit]

euonymus (plural euonymuses)

  1. Any of many (often decorative) trees, shrubs and woody vines, of the genus Euonymus.
    • John Betjeman, A Subaltern's Love Song
      Her father's euonymus shines as we walk,
      And swing past the summer-house, buried in talk,
      And cool the verandah that welcomes us in
      To the six-o'clock news and a lime-juice and gin.

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