thick-branched love


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having thick branches


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  • Through the casement was to be seen a heavenly spread of country, whose rolling lands were clad softly in green pastures and thick-branched trees.

    The Shuttle

  • In this way we went on till Blount and I having got to the top of a thick-branched and wide-spreading fir, we saw, scarcely the eighth of a mile off, the conical-shaped wigwams of our enemies.

    Dick Onslow Among the Redskins

  • It is a low, thick-branched tree with large light-colored downy leaves and dark-scarlet fruit. "

    Among the Trees at Elmridge


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