Western mountain ash

noun
an ash of the western coast of North America
Syn: ↑Sorbus sitchensis
Hypernyms: ↑mountain ash

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noun
: an ash (Sorbus sitchensis) of the Pacific coast of No. America — called also mountain ash

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a mountain ash, Sorbus sitchensis, of western North America.

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