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  • noun Plural form of greasewood.


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  • A moment later, swinging around a little clump of trees, greasewoods and sagebush, Bud and his cousins saw a sight which thrilled them through and though, though perhaps Bud was more accustomed to such stirring scenes than were the city lads.

    The Boy Ranchers or Solving the Mystery at Diamond X Willard F. Baker

  • The sage had grown meager and the greasewoods stunted and dead; and cacti appeared on barren places.

    Wildfire Zane Grey 1905


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