n. (plural of myall English)
Usage examples of "myalls".
Toward the east there was a boundary of myalls and gum-trees, beyond which rose Mount Hottam, its imposing peak towering 7,500 feet high.
Beyond the hut a clump of myalls loomed spectral and wraith-like, and round them a gang of crows cawed noisily, irreverent of the great silence.
There was only the clump of myalls, and the few stunted sheoaks bordering the distant creek.
The fire was lightless, yet he could see more plainly, but the cause was not manifest, till from the myalls quite close the jackasses chorused.
Gaping cracks suggested yawning graves, and the skeleton fingers of the drooping myalls seemingly pointed to them.