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  • n. Plural form of treetop.


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  • Because they are primarily eating buds at this time of year and must sit in treetops to get them, filling their crops during a brief flurry of activity reduces exposure to avian predators.

    A Ruff Winter

  • For her, and the seed to come after whose image she bore, I have died in treetops and stood long sieges in cave mouths and on mud walls.

    Chapter 21

  • The bits of sky visible through the treetops were a deep blue.

    Here Comes Another Lesson

  • For the first six years that we lived there the rounded bloom of the treetops was the picture of perfection, each branch in its place in perfect order.

    Albert Imperato: The Ice Storm, One Year Later

  • From up on the fourth floor the view of the treetops was a brilliant salad of autumn hues.

    Manner of Death

  • The breeze in the treetops was his only answer; so after listening for a minute to the soothing sound, he took the Book of Life from his blouse and opened it.

    Jewel's Story Book

  • This summer, the enterprising park director introduced a champagne bar in the treetops, which is open until October, Wednesday to Sunday; noon-8pm.

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  • The current title does allow the predator to jump a lot higher and stalk prey from treetops, which is cool.

    Tom's hardware UK

  • And, could this be the beginning of the notorious "treetops" scene?

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  • “We were right on the landing zone and they were shooting at us but we didn’t take too many losses,” he says, although some troopers broke bones when they landed in treetops.

    Mike Grout


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