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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lopper.


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  • The boss finished his twin beers, filched a jug of margheritas intended for the tree loppers, skolled it, and promptly threw it up.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Ladies Lounge

  • He nipped out for a ciggie, and discovered a group of the tree loppers smoking the trees.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Ladies Lounge

  • The tree sized trunks of wild asters were cut with loppers and the native goldenrods, guara, hosta and daylily stalks were stomped down.

    Justification « Fairegarden

  • And then I felt her hands—not the saw, not the loppers—her bare hands, soft, warm and gentle, pressing tattered skin and the ends of my bones back together.

    Zombies vs. Unicorns

  • I do, however, go into the woods with loppers and whatever I can manage, or drag back all manner of fallen trees and limbs back home for my better-sighted half to split.

    Storm Patrol

  • At first it was a struggle to not grab the pruners and loppers and shears, the rakes and tubs and barrows, to cut and clear the beds to make way for the fresh growth of a new season.

    Justification « Fairegarden

  • Coated with bug spray and carrying pole saws, handsaws, backpacking saws, loppers and clippers, the married Bethesda couple hike over slippery rocks and around thickets of poison ivy before descending into a ravine somewhere in Cabin John Regional Park.

    Art with a bittersweet twist: Couple turn a pesky vine into sculptures

  • She had the knife, in a sheath this time, and she showed me what she called “loppers,” along with the rest.

    Zombies vs. Unicorns

  • PLANT REMOVAL DAY, take work gloves and loppers or clippers to help rid the trailhead of invasive plants.

    Southern Maryland community calendar, June 17 to June 24

  • I was floating on an ocean of pain when I heard a metallic click and saw the loppers.

    Zombies vs. Unicorns


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