sweet-gum bark and copperas and make any cloth a purple color.
He had found among them a sweet-gum ball and a pine cone, and was applying them to the invariable test of taste.
But as to the liquidambar, or sweet-gum, there can be no question.
The sweet-gum, copalm, or alligator tree (Liquidambar styraciflua).
As he spoke he stopped to break off a drooping branch from a sweet-gum tree that grew near the road.
There is not a more characteristic tree known than the sweet-gum, or liquidambar.