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red·wood / ˈredˌwoŏd/ • n. a giant conifer (family Taxodiaceae) with thick fibrous bark, native to California and Oregon. Two species: the California (or coast) redwood (Sequoia sempervirens), which can grow to a height of 325 feet (110 m), and the giant redwood (Sequoiadendron giganteum), which can reach a trunk diameter of 35 feet (11 m). They are the tallest known trees and are among the largest living organisms. ∎  used in names of other, chiefly tropical, trees with reddish timber.

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redwood

redwood: see sequoia; brazilwood.

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Redwood

REDWOOD

REDWOOD. SeeSequoia .

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redwood

redwood (coast) See SEQUOIA.

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redwood

redwood See sequoia

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