sweetgum

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sweetgum

[′swēt‚gəm]
(botany)
Liquidambar styraciflua. A deciduous tree of the order Hamamelidales found in the southeastern United States, and distinguished by its five-lobed, or star-shaped, leaves, and by the corky ridges developed on the twigs.
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