Synonyms for Acacia:


flower (noun)
edelweiss, hyacinth, larkspur, narcissus, aster, zinnia, carnation, oleander, begonia, trillium, laurel, dogwood, bloodroot, cowslip, strawflower, fleur-de-lis, gardenia, tulip, sunflower, phlox, duckweed, flower, violet, smilax, periwinkle, lilac, Sweet William, orchid, Black-Eyed Susan, morning glory, camellia, indigo, poinsettia, gladiolus, daffodil, magnolia, foxglove, columbine, chrysanthemum, jasmine, goldenrod, hibiscus, baby's breath, foxtail, pansy, primrose, mayflower, azalea, rhododendron, water lily, hawthorn, anemone, marigold, amaryllis, crocus, honeysuckle, jonquil, lady's slipper, lily, iris, peony, heather, geranium, lupine, clematis, buttercup, dahlia, rosemary, hollyhock, lotus, viburnum, snowberry, Queen Anne's Lace, verbena, lavender, daisy, forget-me-not, hepatica, petunia, mimosa, flax, sweet pea, rose, snowball, spirea, cornflower, dandelion, poppy, yucca, wallflower, African Violet, hydrangea, snapdragon, wisteria, ranunculus, bluebell, fuchsia.
tree (noun)
cherry, quince, cottonwood, larch, maple, gum, mountain ash, avocado, mangrove, linden, fig, elm, lime, fir, breadfruit, birch, juniper, ironwood, spruce, redwood, chestnut, yew, locust, lemon, banyan, orange, tree, poplar, balsa, pine, willow, butternut, papaya, mahogany, citron, coconut, ash, oak, cedar, walnut, aspen, balsam, tamarack, cashew, sycamore, peach, apricot, almond, mulberry, cassia, sandalwood, alder, teak, apple, rosewood, hickory, eucalyptus, weeping willow, pear, palm, sequoia, cypress, elder, pecan, ebony, beech.
trees (noun)
bay, bay tree, baobab.
wood (noun)
cork, knotty pine, sumac, tupelo, hazel, wood, cyprus.

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Usage examples for acacia

  1. " The acacia tree will still be there," said Miss Ponsonby firmly. – Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906 by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  2. Within a few hours Brent had settled his purchase of Acacia Lodge from the retired tradesman and Tansley was busy with the legal necessities of the conveyance. – In the Mayor's Parlour by J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher