Definition of "Deciduous"

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Relating to trees or shrubs normally found in temperate climates. Deciduous trees shed their leaves in the fall. Deciduous woods such as pine, oak, Maple, redwood, and spruce are widely used for making furniture. Pine is a very commonly used deciduous building material.

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