Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A tree of the order Palmæ. See palm and palmæ.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of palm tree.

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Examples

  • She admires the club's cheerful preppy-ness, with its palm-tree wallpaper and chinoiserie upholstery in coral, chocolate brown, apple green and shell pink.

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  • As the palm-tree standeth so straight and so tall,

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  • The palm-tree dotted plaza is built around a bandstand and, as with most colonial towns in Mexico, it lies in the heart of the historic centre.

    December guava fair in Calvillo, Aguascalientes

  • Trade 29 is an attendant of public bathrooms (presumably for tips); 34 is a palm-tree pruner (apparently other trees will still be pruned by the state).

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  • The palm-tree dotted plaza is built around a bandstand and, as with most colonial towns in Mexico, it lies in the heart of the historic centre.

    December guava fair in Calvillo, Aguascalientes

  • The palm-tree dotted plaza is built around a bandstand and, as with most colonial towns in Mexico, it lies in the heart of the historic centre.

    December guava fair in Calvillo, Aguascalientes

  • Shoppers will appreciate any of the town's merchant districts — known as Designers Row, Hannibal Square, Park Avenue and Winter Park Village — where upscale boutiques on the palm-tree lined street house unique finds for the home and wardrobe.

    Winter Park, Fla.

  • Shoppers will appreciate any of the town's merchant districts — known as Designers Row, Hannibal Square, Park Avenue and Winter Park Village — where upscale boutiques on the palm-tree lined street house unique finds for the home and wardrobe.

    Winter Park, Fla.

  • Shoppers will appreciate any of the town's merchant districts — known as Designers Row, Hannibal Square, Park Avenue and Winter Park Village — where upscale boutiques on the palm-tree lined street house unique finds for the home and wardrobe.

    Winter Park, Fla.

  • The Hospital de los Angeles stands atop a palm-tree dotted hill overlooking Santiago de Cuba, a city with nearly half a million residents.

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