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tuart (plural tuarts)

  1. Eucalyptus gomphocephala, an Australian tree with heavy, durable wood.
    • 2018, John C. Ryan, Forest Family: Australian Culture, Art, and Trees, page 104:
      As an artist keenly attracted to Western Australian gums, specifically karris and tuarts, van Raalte prioritized imaginative figurations of trees, rather than humans, in his etchings.

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From Latin tortum, substantive use of tortus, perfect passive participle of torqueō. Compare Italian torto, Istriot tuorto, French tort.

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tuart m (plural tuarts)

  1. a wrong

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