from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Planted or covered with trees; wooded: a treed picnic area.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tree.
- adj. Planted or covered with trees.
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- adj. forced to turn and face attackers
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Cannot be built in many locations, such as treed properties or waterfronts, because wide road access is required
Finally the exhausted animal was "treed" and there the sport reached a climax.
Then followed a tale or two of cattle Iying quiet as mice one minute, and up on their feet crashing over camps the next, then tales of men being "treed" or "skied," and tales of scrub-bulls, maddened cow-mothers, and "pokers."
The trees there were usually small and too far apart for them to jump from tree to tree, and when we saw one "treed" by the dogs, one of us climbed up and forced it to jump, and when it did, in nine cases out of ten the dogs would catch it.
The halting of the boys and the quick, sharp bark of the dogs announced that the game was "treed," and the gentleman from the city pressed forward with fond expectation of seeing the coon, and using his pistol.
If they have followed a hunter all night, and "treed" him, they will skulk away as soon as the sun rises.
If they have followed a hunter all night, or "treed" him they will skulk away as soon as the sun rises.
After the Pawnees had "treed" the two trappers on the rock, they picked up their dead, and packed them off to their camp at the mouth of a little ravine a short distance away.
Three of them were "treed" by the dog; the fourth sprang over the fence, but left the seat of his trousers and the rear section of his shirt, the latter bearing in indelible ink the name of the wearer.
Not unfrequently the Mexican hunter is "treed" by javalies, and compelled to remain on his perch for hours, and sometimes for days, before his besiegers retire, and leave him to descend with safety.
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