|stunted trees near timberline||krummholz|
|(Agriculture) row of trees or plants in which the distance between adjoining trees or plants is equal to the distance between adjacent rows||checkrow|
|(Botany) genus of trees (native of Japan, North America, the Middle East and China)||osmanthus|
|(Botany) not falling off at a particular time of year (of leaves); evergreen, does not loose its leaves each year (of trees or plants)||indeciduous|
|(Botany) one who studies dendrology (study of trees and shrubs)||dendrologist|
|(Chemistry) yellowish or brownish resin derived from the oleoresin or wood of pine trees (commonly used in varnishes, inks, and as a treatment for the bow of some musical instruments), hard resin, rub with rosin, treat with rosin, treat something with ...||rosin|
|(plant or tree) trimmed into a decorative shape, clipped into a fanciful shape, art of shaping bushes, art of trimming plants or trees into decorative shapes; garden containing trees that are trimmed into fanciful shapes, shaped bush, topiary garden||topiary|
|(Weaving) loosen and clean fibers with a willow machine (especially wool and cotton fibers), any of a number of deciduous trees having long flexible branches; cricket bat (made from the wood of a willow); machine with a spiked drum used for cleaning an...||willow|
|advertiser of fairground attractions, barking dog, machine that removes bark from trees; animal which barks; person who attracts clients by speaking loudly, tree stripper||barker|
|afforestation, planting of forests, trees covering large area||forestation|
|alligator pear, creamy green, green fruit which grows on trees, green-fleshed edible fruit, of creamy green color, tree on which avocados grow||avocado|
|American bird that clings to trees||woodcreeper|
|among trees, cover area with trees, forest, cover or plant with trees; supply wood for; equip oneself with firewood (wood up), fuel or building material, fuel something with wood, golf club, lumber; forest; log; firewood; wooden block; wooden musical i...||wood|
|animal hide, animal skin; moorland; flat seam (Sewing); number of trees cut in a season, chop tree down, fall, fierce, terrible, ruthless, cruel; destructive; deadly, inauspicious, knock down, chop down (a tree); sew the edge of a seam down flat, knock...||fell|
|any of a family of shrubs or trees which produce resinous and aromatic substances (native to Asia and the Americas), storax||styrax|
|any of a number of cone-bearing trees which yield a heavy solid wood; wood of the larch tree, larch wood, tree of pine family||larch|
|any of a number of North American hardwood trees of the walnut family; wood of the hickory tree, hickory stick, hickory wood, N American nut tree||hickory|
|any of a number of poplar trees (found in Europe and America), poplar with shaking leaves||aspen|
|any of a number of shrubs or trees having bell-shaped white flowers (native to eastern Asia); aromatic resin obtained from shrubs or trees belonging to the storax family, fragrant balsam, styrax, subtropical tree with white flowers, vanilla-scented balsam||storax|
|any of a number of small monkey-like nocturnal mammals that live in trees (common to Madagascar and the Comoro Islands), primate that lives in Madagascar, see also:ring-tailed lemur||lemur|
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