broadleaf

[brawd-leef]
noun, plural broadleaves [brawd-leevz] .
1.
any of several cigar tobaccos having broad leaves.
adjective

Origin:
1750–60; back formation from broadleafed. See broad, leaf, -ed3

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broadleaf (ˈbrɔːdˌliːf)
 
n , pl -leaves
1.  any tobacco plant having broad leaves, used esp in making cigars
2.  (NZ) kapuka, papauma, Also called: puka an evergreen tree with large glossy leaves

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Example sentences
Dwarf conifers and broadleaf evergreens such as holly and rhododendrons are susceptible to dehydration and windburn in winter.
Large trees should be broadleaf deciduous trees, which lose their leaves in the winter.
In their true natural state, there would be more diverse broadleaf forests and
  big game roaming.
Shortening days signal the coming of cold weather to broadleaf trees.
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