Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of pollard.
  • adjective of a tree That has been cut back heavily in order to produce dense new growth

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Examples

  • 'pollarded' - or have their tops cut off - to maintain their long term safety and sustainability.

    icCheshireOnline

  • 'pollarded' - or have their tops cut off - to maintain their long term safety and sustainability.

    icCheshireOnline

  • 'pollarded' - or have their tops cut off - to maintain their long term safety and sustainability.

    icCheshireOnline

  • 'pollarded' - or have their tops cut off - to maintain their long term safety and sustainability.

    icCheshireOnline

  • We went through country characteristic of the levels: narrow causeways lined by pollarded willow, where banks protect the roadway from the often swollen rhynes.

    Country Diary: The Somerset Levels

  • The new growth of pollarded curly or corkscrew willow, Salix matsudana is pleasing against the dark green background of the Hemlocks.

    Twiggy « Fairegarden

  • We walked down the quaint village street with a row of pollarded elms on each side of it.

    Chennai

  • Three pollarded plane trees rose above us, each with a pair of limbs ending in malformed knobs that looked like many-knuckled fists against the sky.

    Wildfire

  • Three pollarded plane trees rose above us, each with a pair of limbs ending in malformed knobs that looked like many-knuckled fists against the sky.

    Wildfire

  • Three pollarded plane trees rose above us, each with a pair of limbs ending in malformed knobs that looked like many-knuckled fists against the sky.

    Wildfire

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