Definitions

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  • adj. That has not been lopped.

Etymologies

un- +‎ lopped (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Behind the hut stood three old fir trees, with long, thick, unlopped branches.

    Heidi

  • Scores of trees they left to lie and encumber the ground: others they dragged, unlopped, to the entrenchment, and piled them before it, trunks inward and radiating from its angles; lacing their boughs together or roughly pointing them with a few strokes of the axe.

    Fort Amity

  • He dropped on one knee, and taking aim from a steady rest through the unlopped branches of a felled tree, fired, and at once stood up to look.

    Lord Jim

  • The far-seen elms under which Byron dreamed [4] were still in their unlopped glory, and the whole effect of the Hill was wooded.

    Fifteen Chapters of Autobiography

  • Of the bright weather and fresh wind which carried them westward many days it would be tedious to tell, and indeed little that was strange did they see at that time, save it were a small bird flying high athwart their course, and a tree, with its branches and green leaves unlopped, which lay in the swing of the wave; but whither and whence the bird was flying, or where that tree grew in soil, they could not guess.

    A Child's Book of Saints

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