oleander

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An oleander bush.

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From French oléandre.

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oleander (plural oleanders)

  1. Nerium oleander, a notoriously poisonous shrub in the dogbane family, Apocynaceae, but nonetheless widely grown as an ornamental, having leathery lance-shaped leaves and deep rose-colored or white flowers.

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oleander m inan

  1. oleander

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