What is another word for mahogany family?

5 synonyms found


[ məhˈɒɡəni fˈamɪli], [ məhˈɒɡəni fˈamɪli], [ m_ə_h_ˈɒ_ɡ_ə_n_i f_ˈa_m_ɪ_l_i]

The term "mahogany family" refers to the botanical family Meliaceae, which includes over 50 species of trees found in tropical and subtropical regions. Some synonyms for the Mahogany family may include the Swietenia family, the Cedar family, and the Mahagoniaceae family. These trees are known for their valuable timber, which is used in furniture, cabinetry, and flooring. The wood of the mahogany family is known for its rich, reddish-brown color and attractive grain patterns. The trees of the mahogany family also produce flowers that are often fragrant and attractive to bees and other pollinators.

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How to use "Mahogany family" in context?

Mahogany is a large, fast-growing tree in the mahogany family. It's found in the tropical and subtropical forests of Central America and South America. The trees are deep red, brown, and black in color. They have a hard, durable bark, and grow up to 30 meters tall. The mahogany tree is a strong timber tree that can easily withstand hurricane force winds and heavy rainfall. The mahogany tree is a major source of lumber, furniture, and musical instruments.

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