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  • noun Plural form of alder.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It is steep and covered in alders up high, devils club and Spruce down low.

    Accidental Discharge

  • It's nice to see somebody get one of the U.P. monsters that the rest of us only hear going clackity clackity clack through the the tag alders HUH!!

    Way Up in the U.P.

  • "You uttered cries that day beneath the walnut-tree; I have uttered my cries here beneath these alders, that is all," I said; "I will be silent henceforth."

    The Lily of the Valley

  • We also have to make sure that the people impacted by these amendments are aware of the amendments and know to show up on Tuesday night to testify or email or call the alders if they want to have input.

    This side of town . . .

  • We have them patterned out and I even lost one on a spinning rod (it ran into the alders and broke off).

    The Answer Line is Open...

  • We had hurried to the shelter of the alders alongside the river Derwent, as dark clouds drifted across the sun and a rain squall swept through the valley.

    Country diary: Blanchland, Northumberland-Durham border

  • The conundrum came to mind as I walked through Durham University's North American arboretum and watched a tree creeper flitting between native alders and American scarlet oaks, searching for insects in bark crevices.

    Country diary: Durham city

  • When we got down in flats the alders were taller than they had looked from on high, and the many winding streams and beaver activity made finding the bear difficult.

    Anyone have a good bear story? Here's one of mine..... Back in 1986 I was stationed in Alaska near Fairbanks.

  • The waters down here are fringed by shadowy forests of Douglas firs, cedars, alders, and maples; the timber industry thrived here for a while but is much diminished.

    The American Oyster Paradise

  • We have them patterned out and I even lost one on a spinning rod (it ran into the alders and broke off).

    The Answer Line is Open...

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