What is another word for shining sumac?
[ ʃˈa͡ɪnɪŋ sˈuːmak], [ ʃˈaɪnɪŋ sˈuːmak], [ ʃ_ˈaɪ_n_ɪ_ŋ s_ˈuː_m_a_k]
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Synonyms for Shining sumac:
n.• black sumac (noun)
Other synonyms:• Rhus copallina
How to use "Shining sumac" in context?
Shining sumac is a relatively new flowering shrub, native to eastern North America. Shining sumac is a tidy shrub growing to about 2-4 m tall and 0.5-1 m wide. The leaves are give a shinny glint in the sun and are actually quite variable in size, from 3-9 cm long and 1.5-3 cm wide. The flowers are pollinated by bees, and are lovely, folkloric-looking stars of white, yellow, or pink, with a 5 mm diameter petal. The fruit is a red, spiny capsule.
Homophones for Shining sumac:
- squeamishness, skin senses, senescence, smooching, snugness, semiconscious, swinging, sinuousness, sanguineness, sneaking, smugness, smashing, sickeningness, sensuousness, synonymousness, sun king, singing, swing music, smogginess, shoemaking, smoking, singsong, sneakiness, swan song, smocking, sanguineous, Sinkiang, smacking, sinking, swingeing, sensing, snogging, sneezing.
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