acacianoun [ C or U ]uk /əˈkeɪ.ʃə/ us /əˈkeɪ.ʃə/
- He asked her to sit beside him beneath the acacia.
- Outside, only the higher branches of the acacias were touched by the setting sun.
- The little pond of which I have spoken at the head of the pass, had near it a beautiful clump of acacias of a species entirely new to us.
- Then I caught a glimpse of gold from the laburnums, of purple from the lilacs, of white from the sweet acacia trees.
- They are principally bounded with various trees of the pine tribe, intermingled with laurel and acacia.