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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun plural Prov. Eng. Small branches of a tree; twigs; sprays.

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sprawl.
  • noun UK, dialect Small branches of a tree; twigs; sprays.

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Examples

  • Rocinha-which means "little field" in Portuguese-sprawls along the northeastern fringe of São Conrado, a chic neighborhood of modern high-rises and million-dollar mansions.

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  • Rocinha-which means "little field" in Portuguese-sprawls along the northeastern fringe of São Conrado, a chic neighborhood of modern high-rises and million-dollar mansions.

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  • Rocinha-which means "little field" in Portuguese-sprawls along the northeastern fringe of São Conrado, a chic neighborhood of modern high-rises and million-dollar mansions.

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  • Rocinha-which means "little field" in Portuguese-sprawls along the northeastern fringe of São Conrado, a chic neighborhood of modern high-rises and million-dollar mansions.

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  • He has noticed when sitting in the car, their dog 'sprawls' in such a way that his private area is then "exposed" somewhat.

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  • It kind of sprawls out like some kind of perverse Oz eating away at the jungle.

    Democracy Now!

  • Below me sprawls the green and leafy city where I started in public life fifty years ago and whose enlightened, progressive politics have inspired me ever since.

    The Good Fight

  • Below me sprawls the green and leafy city where I started in public life fifty years ago and whose enlightened, progressive politics have inspired me ever since.

    The Good Fight

  • Below me sprawls the green and leafy city where I started in public life fifty years ago and whose enlightened, progressive politics have inspired me ever since.

    The Good Fight

  • At the same time, because no city is like any other city, I love the urban sprawls of the New World: I genuinely find LA glorious and haunting, those clusters of towers rising out of the smog.

    MIND MELD: Real-Life Places That Inspire Exceptional World Building

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