Wattle

(Acacia) This group consists of about 1,000 species that are found in tropical and subtropical regions, especially in Australia and Africa. These evergreens should not be confused with the trees and shrubs commonly known as acacia, which belong to the group Robinia. These tender evergreens are totally different and are commonly known as Mimosas
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Wattle

A mat of woven (willow) sticks and weeds; used in wall and dike construction.
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wattle

[n] - a fleshy wrinkled and often brightly colored fold of skin hanging from the neck or throat of certain birds (chickens and turkeys) or lizards 2. [n] - framework consisting of stakes interwoven with branches to form a fence 3. [v] - build of or with wattle 4. [v] - interlace to form wattle
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Wattle

Thin rods of wood used to weave fences and house walls.
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Wattle

Wat'tle noun [ Anglo-Saxon watel , watul , watol , hurdle, covering, wattle; confer Middle English watel a bag. Confer Wallet .] 1. A twig or flexible rod; hence, a hurdle made of such rods. « And there he built with wattles from the marsh A li
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Wattle

Wat'tle transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Wattled ; present participle & verbal noun Wattling .] 1. To bind with twigs. 2. To twist or interweave, one with another, as twigs; to form a network with; to plat; a
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Wattle

Wat'tle noun 1. Material consisting of wattled twigs, withes, etc., used for walls, fences, and the like. 'The pailsade of wattle .' Frances Macnab. 2. (Botany) In Australasia, any tree of the genus Acacia ; -- so called from the wattles , or hurdle
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wattle

1. A twig or flexible rod; hence, a hurdle made of such rods. 'And there he built with wattles from the marsh A little lonely church in days of yore.' (Tennyson) ... 2. A rod laid on a roof to support the thatch. ... 3. <zoology> A naked fleshy, and usually wrinkled and highly coloured, process of the skin hanging from the chin or throat of a
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wattle

lappet noun a fleshy wrinkled and often brightly colored fold of skin hanging from the neck or throat of certain birds (chickens and turkeys) or lizards
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wattle

noun framework consisting of stakes interwoven with branches to form a fence
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Wattle

• (n.) Material consisting of wattled twigs, withes, etc., used for walls, fences, and the like. • (n.) In Australasia, any tree of the genus Acacia; -- so called from the wattles, or hurdles, which the early settlers made of the long, pliable branches or of the split stems of the slender species. • (v. t.) To form, by interweaving o
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wattle

wattle, in botany: see acacia.
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wattle

Any of certain species of acacia in Australia, where their fluffy golden flowers are the national emblem. The leathery leaves are adapted to drought conditions and avoid loss of water through transpiration by turning their edges to the direct rays of the sun. Wattles are used for tanning leather and in fencing
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Wattle

[anatomy] A wattle is a fleshy caruncle hanging from various parts of the head or neck in several groups of birds, mammals and other animals. A caruncle is defined as `A small, fleshy excrescence that is a normal part of an animal`s anatomy`. Within this definition, caruncles in birds include wattles, dewlaps, snoods and earlobes. Wattles a
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wattle

cleft sticks used to make hurdles, usually of hazel, but sometimes willow, which might be used in the round (E, 140; Je, 26)
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Wattle

A mat of woven (willow) sticks and weeds; used in wall and dike construction.
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WATTLE

A small fleshy appendage attached on or near the throat area of the goat and which serves no known function.
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Wattle

Bare skin, often coloured, on part of head.
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wattle

cleft sticks used to make hurdles, usually of hazel, but sometimes willow, which might be used in the round (E, 140; Je, 26)
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Wattle

A fence or wall made of intertwined branches.
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Wattle

[construction] Wattle is a lightweight construction material made by weaving thin branches (either whole, or more usually split) or slats between upright stakes to form a woven lattice. It has commonly been used to make fences and hurdles for enclosing ground or handling livestock. The wattle may be made as loose panels, slotted between tim
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