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- n. any of various trees of the genus Ulmus: important timber or shade trees
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Under a great elm tree he wheeled his horse, and drawing his sword solemnly took command of the army of the United
Clarence, 'for ten guineas – for any money you please:' and instantly they set out to walk, as Rochfort cried 'one, two, three, and away; keep the path, and whichever reaches that elm tree first has it.'
A pretty little elm tree by one cor - ner made the gesture of sheltering it, although it was so small and slender that the gesture was a mere promise, not fulfilled for many years.